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Black Honey, Employed To Serve & more to play 2000trees festival this summer

American Football, Tigercub and The Joy Formidable have been added to the fest’s 2023 line-up this week.

Longtime DIY faves Black Honey are one of the latest acts to be confirmed for this year’s 2000trees festival. The Brighton quartet - who are set to release their third album ‘A Fistful of Peaches’ next month - are one of seven acts being added to the bill of the fest this week, as part of the fest’s 7 Days of Trees announcements. They’ll be taking to the stage on Saturday 8th July. UPDATE (28/02/23): A whole host of new acts - including Employed To Serve, American Football, Tigercub and The Joy Formidable - have now been added to the line-up. The full list of new additions is as follows: Black Honey / Employed To Serve / American Football / Electric Six / Brutus / Destroy Boys / Eagles of Death Metal / Kneecap / The Joy Formidable / Tigercub / Kublai Khan TX / De Staat / Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly / Bat Sabbath / LostAlone / Heriot / Prima Queen / Zulu / Militarie Gun / The Hurt Process / Beetlebug / Big Special / Cage Fight / Carpark / Dick Valentine / Exit Child / Frozemode / Gaz Brookfield / Graphic Nature / Hannah Rose Platt / House Of Women / Mallavora / Modern Error / Telltale / WARSHY They will join the likes of Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Hundred Reasons, The Wonder Years, The Xcerts, Witch Fever, and Bob Vylan, who have all already been confirmed to play this year’s edition of the Cheltenham event. This year’s 2000trees festival takes place from 5th - 8th July at Upcote Farm in Cheltenham. For more info, and to grab tickets, head to their website. Check out the full line-up so far below. 🌳 SURPRISE!!! @americfootball, @EODMofficial, @electric6, @employedtoserve, @destroyboysband, @KNEECAPCEOL, @joyformidable, @tigercub, @KublaiKhanTX, @destaat, @forgetcape, and looooads more are joining the 2000trees 2023 lineup. 🎟️ https://t.co/9rHa2kPsNA pic.twitter.com/2zpltHKNPs— 2000trees Festival (@2000trees) February 28, 2023 Black Honey’s new album ‘A Fistful of Peaches’ follows on from their 2021 full-length ‘Written & Directed’ and is set for release on 17th March. Check out the video for their latest single ‘OK’ below.

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