Muse returned to Glastonbury on Friday to headline the festival's opening night on the Pyramid Stage.
The performance, the band's third time headlining, meant the rock outfit have scored a hat-trick by playing all three nights of the festival after their performances in 2004 and 2010.
Three-piece Muse opened their set with a performance of their 2015 hit Psycho.
The crowd went wild, roaring out the words as Muse played some of their biggest hits, including Supermassive Black Hole, Starlight and Plug In Baby, on the Pyramid Stage.
During the set, frontman Matt Bellamy finished a solo by throwing his guitar to the ground.
Elsewhere, making her debut on the Glastonbury stage this year was Jess Glynne, who was forced to cancel a performance last year after undergoing vocal cord surgery.
Blur's Damon Albarn kicked off the festival on the Pyramid Stage at 11am with the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians.