Pumarosa, Beach Baby and The Wave Pictures have all hopped aboard the line-up for this year’s edition of Festival No. 6.
Bill Ryder-Jones, Wes Gonzalez, Younghusband, Mother, and Fickle Friends are also amongt the newest additions to the bill.
Bastille, Hot Chip and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds all headline the festival, which takes place 1st-4th September in Portmeirion, North Wales. Lower down the line-up, Aurora, Blossoms, C Duncan, Django Django, Echo & The Bunnymen, Frances, Gwenno, JP Cooper, Lawrence Taylor, Lucy Rose, NGOD, Oh Wonder, Oscar, Roots Manuva, Roisin Murphy, The Amazons and This Is The Kit are all set to perform.
Tickets for the festival can be nabbed here.
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