Festivals: Radiohead, LCD Soundsystem, Tame Impala to play Primavera Sound 2016

Radiohead, LCD Soundsystem, Tame Impala to play Primavera Sound 2016

The Barcelona-based festival takes place this June.

Primavera Sound has announced initial names for 2016.

Radiohead are playing. That means their new album is coming out very soon, surely. The group were in the studio throughout 2015, and they look poised to put out the follow-up to ‘The King of Limbs’ in early 2016.

Comeback kings LCD Soundsystem also have a new album out this year. They’ll be on the Primavera bill too, joined by Tame Impala

The Primavera line-up was announced via a fancy livestream, showing a rocket taking off into space. Which is fun, if a bit pointless.

Other confirmations: Sigur Rós, Animal Collective, Beach House, the Last Shadow Puppets, Brian Wilson (performing Pet Sounds), John Carpenter, Pusha T, Neon Indian, Ty Segall and the Muggers, Julia Holter, Savages, Air, Action Bronson, Vince Staples, Explosions in the Sky, Moderat, Drive Like Jehu, Dinosaur Jr., Deerhunter, Chairlift, Kamasi Washington, Battles, Thee Oh Sees, Holly Herndon, Protomartyr, Sheer Mag, DJ Koze, Empress Of, Beirut, Dâm-Funk, Parquet Courts, Shellac, Hudson Mohawke (DJ), Floating Points, Titus Andronicus, Nao, Freddie Gibbs, U.S. Girls, Black Lips, Evian Christ, Beak>, Jenny Hval, Royal Headache, Car Seat Headrest, Wild Nothing, Mudhoney, Cass McCombs, Tortoise, Suede, Downtown Boys, Alex G, Jay Rock, the Chills, Moses Sumney, Dungen, DJ Richard, White Fence.

Full line-up below.

Radiohead, LCD Soundsystem, Tame Impala to play Primavera Sound 2016

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