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Earlier today, Banksy brought his NYC "Sirens Of The Lambs" meat truck, stuffed with farmyard animals to Glastonbury Festival.

Earlier today, Banksy brought his NYC “Sirens Of The Lambs” meat truck, stuffed with farmyard animals to Glastonbury Festival.

“Sirens Of The Lambs” was first seen on the streets of New York City last year driving through the meatpacking district during Banksy’s “Better Out Than In” residency in the city.
The British street artist has this time used a local Somerset farm truck for the installation, adding “25% more terror” according to Banksy himself. The installation will now be moving around the festival over the next three days.

We will be bringing you photos of Banksy “Sirens Of The Lambs” installation through Glastonbury Festival later today so check back with us soon.

Photograph: Alicia Canter for the Guardian

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