With less than a month to go before Latitude kicks off in Suffolk, some more new names have been added to its already pretty humungous bill.
Fresh from releasing their debut album ‘The Witch’, Pumarosa will be headed to the Obelisk Arena on Friday, while former Let’s Wrestle frontman and all round ‘Excellent Musician’ Wesley Gonzalez is off to the Lake Stage. Scandinavian pop sensation SKOTT is also joining the bill, alongside Beans on Toast, Geowulf and Willy Mason.
The new additions are joining a whopping line-up that now totals 750 acts (phew!) The bill already included Two Door Cinema Club, Mumford & Sons, The 1975, Fleet Foxes, Glass Animals, Loyle Carner, Mystery Jets and loads, loads, loads, loads, loads more. Did we mention it was a whopper of a bill?
Latitude gets underway between 13th-16th July and you can find out more about their (very extensive) line-up on their website.
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