If Glastonbury can be seen as a straw pool for the under 25s, then support for Jeremy Corbyn is undimmed by the referendum result.
The mere mention of his name in the the Left Field tent, home of political discussions at the festival, raised an enormous cheer on Saturday lunchtime.
Another enormous cheer rang out when Clive Lewis, MP for Norfolk South, who was one of the first to support Corbyn took a shot at the Blairites in the party.
“I’m not going to stand back and hand my party back to the neoliberals who got us here in the first place.”
“They are not the future of the party, you are the future of the party,” he told the crowd urging them to join the party and ensure a “progressive Brexit”.
“I do not want to take my party back. I want to take it forward,” he added.
Green Party MEP Molly Scott Cato went further calling for both the Labour party and Conservative Party to “split” into the opposing sides exposed during the referendum.
She warned that the Tories had “no domestic mandate” as those supporting the left and the right had voted for Brexit.