Festivals Sundara Karma, Metronomy, Dream Wife and more for Live At Leeds 2019

Sundara Karma, Metronomy, Dream Wife and more for Live At Leeds 2019

Black Honey, Gengahr, Goat Girl and more DIY faves than you can shake a buzzy stick at will be heading north next May.

It’s that time of year again - the first slew of names for next year’s Live At Leeds are out!

The annual multi-venue smash will be headlined by Sundara Karma, Metronomy and Tom Grennan, and they’re joined by more DIY faves than you can shake a buzzy stick at.

We’ll also see…deep breath… Black Honey, Dream Wife, Goat Girl, Swim Deep, Another Sky, Gently Tender, Sports Team, Squid, Heavy Lungs and loads, loads more heading to Leeds on Saturday 4th May next year.

View the full list of names below, and re-visit the DIY review of this year’s Live At Leeds here.

Sundara Karma / Tom Grennan / Metronomy

Black Honey / Dream Wife / Goat Girl / Ibibio Sound Machine / Swim Deep
Easy Life / Eli Ingram / Gengahr / Lauren Aquilina / Marsicans

Aaron Smith / Aeris Roves / Alligator / Another Sky / Beabadoobee / Benin City
Big Society / Bilk / Black Belt Eagle Scout / Chappaqua Wrestling
Dancing On Tables / Far Caspian / Fuzzy Sun / Gently Tender / Giant Rooks
Greatest Hits / Heavy Lungs / Horror My Friend / Household Dogs / Ivory Wave
Jeffe / Kawala / Kingswood / Lauren Hibbard / Lucas Watt / Mae Muller
Malena Zavala / No Hot Ashes / Ormstons / Retro Video Club / Sad Boys Club
Saint Agnes / Saltwater Sun / Sports Team / Squid
Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam/ Sun Silva / Swimming Girls / Tamu Massif / Teeff The Dunts / The MysterinesThe Pearl Hearts / The Skinner Brothers / Thyla Walt Disco / Wild Youth / Zuzu

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