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Janelle Monae, Coldplay and Mumford & Sons have all enjoyed a post-Glastonbury boost to their record sales after playing to packed out stages at the festival this weekend (June 24-26).
All three main-stage headliners also saw their album sales grow, with U2's sales up by 747%, Coldplay's by 1290%, and Beyonce's by 713%.
According to research by online retailer Amazon, many of the bands who played at Worthy Farm last weekend have seen huge record sales increases.
Of all the acts to play the festival Janelle Monae has seen the largest sales growth, with her record sales increasing by 4928% after she played the festival on Saturday night.
Mumford & Sons had the second highest surge as their debut album 'Sigh No More' saw an increase of 1400%, and Primal Scream also enjoyed a surge, with their record sales increasing by 920% after their performance at the festival.
For more information about Glastonbury and all this summer's festivals, check out the Gigwise Festival Guide.
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