The Just You and I singer, who won the 2019 BRIT Award for British Breakthrough Act, admits he had no intention of jetting out to the Instagram-friendly fields of Cochella, even if some of his own festival experiences have been touch and go.
Chatting to Daily Star Online backstage at Isle of Wight Festival, Tom, 27, said: “I do love seeing pictures of Glasto vs Coachella.
“Coachella looks like hard work. You have to dress up and spend three hours doing your make-up.
“With Glastonbury it’s pissing it down with rain and everyone has no mascara left on their face, but they are having the best time not caring what anyone thinks.
“I am alright. I’m not interested in going to Cochaella to be honest. I looks like an Instagram festival.”
Recalling his own Glastonbury experiences, Tom said: “Someone took a s*** outside my tent… a human s***.
“It wasn’t great at all. I was very disappointed. Someone in the middle of the night had just taken a big one.
“It’s not what you want, to wake up to a human s*** next to your tent.”
However, you don’t need to fly to Coachella to have a VIP festival experience.
Those who can’t face slumming it in wind-battered tents can turn to PodPad for help.
For just a few hundred pounds, music lovers can swerve noisy festival general campsites for the comfort of their own wooden hut.
Each lockable cabin boasts raised beds, fitted sheets, solid wooden floors and carpet, as well as solar powered LED lighting and shelves.
Luxpads also boast duvets, pillows, bed throws, towels, cushions and rugs.
But that’s not all, Podpad guests also benefit from access to private hot showers, fully serviced and cleaned toilets, free phone charging facilities and a Pamper Parlour with hairdryers and straighteners.
While all Podpads have now all been snapped up for Glasto, huts are still available for a host of UK and European festivals including Reading and Leeds, Balaton Sound and Lattitude.
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