More news from the Latitude camp. They will be entrusting the programming of their Lake Stage to none other than the BBC's new music doyen Huw Stephens, with the Welsh speaking DJ pulling together his own personal choice of artists across the weekend.
Topping the bill will be the Lancastrain sibling dream team Bondax, the fresh faced proponents of electronica behind a sea of gorgeous tracks including 'Giving it all' (watch the video for this below). Their live shows have proved to be joyous juxtapositions of the more mechanical strains of club music and the warmth of ambient music, dripping in dancefloor appeal and charm.
They'll be joined by hotly tipped indie rockers Catfish and the Bottlemen, whose explosive sound is shot with their North Wales upbringing and fondness for a killer riff, and virtuoso performer Luke sital Singh, riding high off a recent slew of sold out headline shows in London and high praise form the Guardian.
Other names announced across the weekend for the stage include Cate le Bon, Circa Waves, Elli Ingram and Norma Jean Martine. As well as the Lake Stage the festival has also announced further additions to the Arts Arenas, with the acerbic former Never Mind the Buzzcocks host Simon Amstell joining the comedy tent and Beardyman heading to the Film & Music arena.
To see the full Latitude line up head here, whilst Latitude tickets can be secured via ourselves too at this link.
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