Eamon from Brakes lost his guitar at the Glastonbury festival and is issuing a plea to anyone who may have found it, lying in the mud outside the Leftfield Tent at Glastonbury, sometime between 3am and 7am on Sunday morning. It was a Gewa Tennesee Bluesbird, not worth very much monetarily (120), but of priceless sentimental value (most of Brakes' two albums were composed on it). Anyone who knows of its whereabouts, please contact Rough Trade Records on 020 8960 9888 or email brakes@brakesbrakesbrakes.com with a photo, and Eamon will come and collect it and play you a gig in your front room. It was in a black case and had a 'Bronze Ace' wooden mic pick up, with the 'Bronze' wording rubbed off.

Eamon had played at 2.30am and was a bit worse for wear.