IRISH singer-songwriter Hozier has confirmed that he will be playing the Woodsies stage at Glastonbury Festival tonight in a “not-so-secret set”.

The ‘Take Me To Church’ singer will take to the renamed stage at 7.30pm, filling one of the hotly anticipated TBA slots on the festival’s full line-up.

He will perform after indie rock band Courteeners (6pm) and before US four-piece War Paint (9pm) and Friday night headliner Hot Chip (10.30pm).

In a tweet, Hozier said: “Thrilled to announce I’ll be playing Glastonbury again in a not-so-secret set this evening (Friday)! See you at 7.30pm, Woodsies stage.”

Reacting to the news, one fan said: “I knew it! Enjoy, king.”

The County Wicklow singer made his Glastonbury debut in 2014, when he performed on the Acoustic, BBC Introducing and John Peel stages (now Woodsies) after the release of his eponymous studio album.

The 33-year-old performed at the iconic Pyramid Stage in 2015 and 2019.

He teased his secret set in an interview with BBC Radio 2 DJ Jo Whiley on Wednesday when he was asked about his upcoming tour and festival dates.

He said: “I don’t know what I can and can’t announce just yet – I’m so sorry.

“There are UK shows that have been announced on March 17, and there might be more. I know that there will be more to come.”

Hozier will release his third album, Unreal Unearth, on August 18.

Woodsies is a new area for Glastonbury 2023, located at the former John Peel Stage and The Woods site.