SCOTTISH singer-songwriter Amy Macdonald brought her festival-ready anthems to Kendal Calling. 

Playing a late afternoon set on Saturday, the Dunbartonshire artist led the crowd in renditions of her best-known songs, such as This is the Life, Poison Price, and Mr Rock & Roll. 

Her voice was as strong as ever, with her vocals leading the 10,000-strong crowd. 

Amy, while never abandoning her folk and singer-songwriter roots, had a full band accompany her on stage to add extra power and dynamics to her songs. 

Her experienced band provided guitar solos and drums that came into particular effect at the end of her set when she closed with Let's Start a Band. 

The Westmorland Gazette: The BSL interpreter had to work to fit in all of Amy Macdonald's lyricsThe BSL interpreter had to work to fit in all of Amy Macdonald's lyrics

Like all of the main stage performances throughout the day, the performance had a British Sign Language interpreter on the side of the stage.

He is part of Kendal Calling's mission to make the festival more accessible. However, given how far away the accessible viewing section was from the stage and how small his video was on the screen it's difficult to know how easy it was for people to see him. 

Overall though this was a rousing set from Amy, who will be continuing her tour across Europe over the summer.