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LIVE AT LEEDS REVEAL MORE ACTS FOR 2017 FESTIVAL

 

RAG N BONE MAN, NOTHING BUT THIEVES, THE HUNNA & GABRIELLE APLIN JOIN PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED SLAVES, WILD BEASTS & WHITE LIES

 

BRIT'S Critic's Choice Award Winner Rag N Bone Man Announced - Live At Leeds

BRIT'S Critic's Choice Award Winner Rag N Bone Man Announced 

 

LIVE AT LEEDS - 29th APRIL 2017
THE NORTH’S LEADING METROPOLITAN FESTIVAL OF NEW MUSIC

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The award-winning Live at Leeds has announced a host of new names for their 2017 festival. Leading this announcement is BRIT’S Critic Choice Award winner & BBC Sound Of 2017 runner up Rag N Bone Man who’s astounding voice and soulful music are winning him countless fans and accolades. Joining the London soul singer is Southend alternative rock quartet Nothing But Thieves and Australian trio DMA’s who return to Live at Leeds after a huge performance at last year’s festival. Also announced are indie stars The Hunna, folk-pop singer songwriter turned full-fledged popstar Gabrielle Aplin and Temples, who will be following up their beloved 2013 debut album ‘Sun Structures’ this year with the hotly anticipated ‘Voclano’ on Heavenly Recordings.

 

Joining them on the bill in April is The Moonlandingz, a super-group of musicians from The Fat White Family and The Eccentronic Research Council, Clean Cut Kid, one of the cleverest pop bands of recent times and the Glaswegian Grunge-pop duo Honeyblood.

 

After previously hosting the very best in new talent which saw Ed Sheeran play in front of a crowd of 100 people at Leeds’ Cockpit 5 years ago and Sam Smith play in the Holy Trinity Church just three years ago, the festival was the first place to see Mumford & Sons, Clean Bandit, Bastille, The 1975 and Rudimental in Leeds before they all went on to top the charts. Continuing this tradition, Live at Leeds has booked a brace of the most exciting new bands around including the best of new music from Leeds like the Psychedelic mad-men of FLING, Dead Naked Hippies with their ‘pretty but gritty’ post-punk and the riff toting Furr.

 

They join the previously announced raucous Punk duo Slaves, Leeds’ adopted sons Wild Beasts Australian Psych-indie/dance band Jagwar Ma, London gloom-rockers White Lies, and indie-poppers Teleman. Also playing are Leeds Indie Legends The Pigeon Detectives, Norwich based psychedelic teenagers Let’s Eat Grandma, Brighton’s dark & shoe-gazey Black Honey and Brighton pop quarter The Magic Gang among many others.

 

 

Andy Smith, Head Booker Live at Leeds says:

The reaction to the festival bill has been fantastic this year, so we’re looking forward to getting the rest of the lineup out there. We announced that Future Islands will open proceedings on the Friday last week, a show I personally can’t wait to see and a great way to start the weekend.

This next festival announcement includes some really hotly tipped artists that we’ve seen go from strength to strength over the last year or so, Brits Critics Winner Rag n Bone Man, The Hunna, Tom Grennan, Fickle Friends & DMA’s to name a few.

Established artists like Nothing But Thieves, Gabrielle Aplin & Temples all return and It’s great to see some new strong local bands breaking through. Centre Stage Winners Faux Pas, The Golden Age of TV and Dance to the Radio Compilation artists Fling, Lamia, Dead Naked Hippies & The Tiny Minds all have great potential. We will be announcing our finale shows in a week or so for the Sunday then we will complete the festival line up toward the end of February.

I’d say it’s our best bill since we started, loads of future stars further down the bill so makes sure you take a listen to the ones you may not of heard of yet.”

 

 

Mike Halls of Clean Cut Kid on the festival:


Really looking forward to playing live at Leeds on the 29th April! Always one of our favourite cities to play. See you there!”

 

 

Live at Leeds 2017

NEW NAMES ANNOUNCED –

RAG N BONE MAN, NOTHING BUT THIEVES, THE HUNNA, DMAS, GABRIELLE APLIN, TEMPLES, CLEAN CUT KID, THE MOONLANDINGZ, HONEYBLOOD, FICKLE FRIENDS, JAKE ISSAC, LEWIS WATSON, SHE DREW THE GUN, DREAM WIFE, TOM GRENNAN, AINE CAHILL, BE CHARLOTTE, IDER, IDLES,OTZEKI, PALE WAVES, HMLTTD, GET INUIT, OFF BLOOM, TENDER, TOM WALKER, XAMVOLO, PLASTIC MERMAIDS, ADIAN COKER, ANNA STRAKER, ARTIFICIAL PLEASURE, ATLAS WYND, BAD NERVES, BANFI, BRYDE, CHINAH, CLUB DRIVE, CONNIE CONTSTANCE, EASYLIFE, EAT FAST, FAZERDAZE, FISH, HUSKY LOOPS, INDIGO HUSK, JORDAN ALLEN, JORDAN MACKAMPA, JOY CROOKES, JUDAS. KING NUN, KOJEY RADICAL, KOVIC, KYKO, LAUREL, LEA PORCELAIN, LIFE, MARTHAGUNN, MATT MALTESE, PARIS YOUTH FOUNDATION, PUMA BLUE, RORY WYNNE, TEN TONNES, THE ORIELLES, TRUDY & THE ROMANCE, WHITE KITE, YELLOW DAYS, CERYS SELVEY, JADE BIRD, CHEST PAINS, DEAD NAKED HIPPIES, FAUX PAS, FLING, FURR, HEIR, THE GALLERY, THE GOLDEN AGE OF TV, THE TINY MINDS, TREEBOY & ARC.