TOM Grennan brought a relentless performance to Glastonbury's Other Stage on Saturday, still buzzing from the successful release of his third studio album.

The Bedfordshire singer surged through his growing catalogue of hits in the searing Somerset heat, even ripping his black vest off midway through his set.

Grennan's latest album, What Ifs and Maybes, rose to number one in the UK charts last week, and it’s clear why.

His live performances of new songs such as ‘How Does It Feel’ and ‘Remind Me’ went down a storm with the crowd, who matched his enthusiasm throughout despite the soaring mid-afternoon temperatures.

Before singing ‘Crown Your Love’, he led his fans through a ‘We Will Rock You’-style clap, inspired by Freddie Mercury, the man who “gave me the dream”. 

He later took time to reflect on his rise to Glastonbury, before pointing to the sea of people and telling them he'd be “coming out there” once his hour on stage was over. 

One of his backing singers, Petra, took on a starring role by singing Ella Henderson's parts in ballad ‘Let’s Go Home Together’, before Grennan closed his set with crowd-pleasers such as ‘Lionheart (Fearless)’ and ‘Little Bit of Love’. 

But Grennan wasn't finished: hours later, he delighted audiences at the Field of Avalon by joining Spice Girl Melanie C on stage to duet ‘When You're Gone’. 

After his performances, Grennan wrote on Instagram: “Number one album and straight on to Glastonbury Festival, unreal couple of days. 

“Also have to throw it out there that Melanie C is probably the nicest person I've met in music. Proper icon.”

Sporty Spice later tweeted: “Absolutely loved having you up there buddy, thank you.”

Former County Gazette editor and Glastonbury Festival devotee Paul Jones has written a book charting the first 50 years of the event’s history, featuring the memories and experiences of dozens of artists who have performed at Worthy Farm.

View From The Stage: 50 Years of Glastonbury by the People that Played has been described as a “brilliant collection of beautifully-written interviews” about some of the festival's brightest and quirkiest moments.

Interviewees include members of Oasis, Status Quo, Napalm Death and Toploader.

You can buy the book online for £6.50 (including UK P&P) HERE.