Last week, he was sitting his GCSEs. This week, he’ll make his debut at Glastonbury.
Eli Crossley, who’s just 16, will be one of the youngest performers ever to play the festival when he takes to the stage with his band, Askew.
And he’s doing so with a progressive muscle wasting disease which means he’s been using a wheelchair since last year.
If the magnitude of the event is playing on his mind, it doesn’t show.
“I’ve got three exams left, and then we’ve got this small concert,” he laughs over the phone from his home in London, a week before the festival.