Playlist Friday highlights at Latitude 2014

DIY rounds up the best acts playing the Friday of Latitude 2014 with a nifty playlist.

Wander off towards any stage at Latitude 2014 and you’ll hear something wonderful sneaking out of stage speakers. There’s corners of the fest devoted to comedy, literature, theatre, but that’s before even taking into account the stages devoted to new bands, or familiar faces, or even the Obelisk Arena, which presents a brilliantly diverse bill across the whole weekend.

Stuck on what to see? You’ll find the stage times over here. And if that’s not enough, we’ve decided to hack away at the line-up to pick out some highlights, before putting them in a nifty trio of playlists to enjoy across the whole weekend. From new bands to the big-name headliners, this’ll ever whet the appetite for the day ahead, or it’ll make those at home intensely jealous about what they’re missing out on. Follow DIY on Spotify here for daily updates.

For the rest of our Latitude coverage, keep track of the DIY Latitude hub, or follow the festival’s every move via our daily liveblogs, which began yesterday, absorbed in all the festival build-up.

The Friday of Latitude sees last-minute super sub headliner Lily Allen staking claim to her bill-topping reputation. There’s also wig-out moments from Temples and Childhood, and great new artists like the raucous Spring King and the dance-tastic Bondax.

Listen in full to DIY’s Friday at Latitude playlist here. Below is a rundown of the tracklist.

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