Post your questions for Self Esteem at Glastonbury

The singer, who made our favourite album and song of 2021, will be in conversation with Alexis Petridis at Glastonbury – tell us what you want to know below

This year at Glastonbury festival, the Guardian is doing a takeover of the William’s Green stage each morning, having conversations with three of our favourite artists – and we want to put your questions to them. On Friday, I’ll be speaking to Sleaford Mods, and on Sunday, Kate Hutchinson will be speaking to Angélique Kidjo.

On Saturday, meanwhile, Alexis Petridis will be in conversation with Rebecca Lucy Taylor, AKA Self Esteem, ahead of her live performance on the John Peel stage at 3.15pm.

In 2021, Taylor had one of the most joyful and richly deserved breakthrough years in recent memory. Having grafted for years with indie duo Slow Club – and portraying their gradual unravelling in a revealing documentary – she decided to fully embrace the pop music she’d always loved with solo project Self Esteem. Her debut album Compliments Please had strong songs – the Beyoncé-level ballad Favourite Problem in particular – but second album Prioritise Pleasure was top-to-bottom brilliant, full of funny, emotionally frank songwriting. Our critics voted it the best album of 2021, and its lead single I Do This All the Time the best song.

She’s as forthright in interviews as she is in her music, so it’ll be a brilliant conversation. Please post your questions below and join us at William’s Green at 10.20am on Saturday, but if you don’t have a Glastonbury ticket, we’ll be publishing the conversation in full on the Guardian website the following week.

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Ben Beaumont-Thomas

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