The Mercury Prize-nominated act - who lost out to PJ Harvey earlier this week - took to the stage at the Psychedelic Worm tent to be greeted by thousands of festival-goers, with some seen pulling up the canvas at the bottom of the tent in their attempts to see the band.
Metronomy performed a mix of tracks from their Mercury-nominate album The English Riviera, in addition to older numbers such as 'Heartbreaker' and 'Holiday'.
Frontman Joseph Mount told the crowd that it was his birthday and encouraged audience members to ready themselves for an "audience participation exercise" prior to the band's final track 'Radio Ladio'.
He divided the crowd by gender, addressing them as "ladies" and "gentlemen" before encouraging each group to cheer louder than the other.
The Bestival site was again affected by a rain shower at around 3am on Sunday morning, with high winds persisting throughout the night and into the morning.
Today's programme includes performances from Noah and the Whale, Robyn, The Drums and an outdoor festival exclusive from Bjork.
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Watch Metronomy's video for 'The Look' below: