Festivals: Full line-up announced for All Years Leaving 2015
East India Youth, Spring King and Speedy Ortiz are all playing the Birmingham two-dayer.
This October, DIY and This Is Tmrw are teaming up for All Years Leaving. It’s a two-day fest at Birmingham haunt The Hare and Hounds, and the stellar, full line-up has just been confirmed.
Taking to the Friday night will be Brighton’s The Wytches, joined by Speedy Ortiz, Chastity Belt and Kagoule, who released their debut album last month. There’s also local gems Mutes and The Mighty Young.
The following day, XL signing East India Youth takes up bill-topping duties. Spring King - fresh from their Reading & Leeds triumph - will also be appearing, while MONEY are set to showcase material from a second album. They’ll be joined by Kins, Free School, Chartreuse and Dorcha.
Friday night sees DIY DJs teaming up with Killer Wave & PNKSLM, while Saturday hosts Victories At Sea and Our Friends Are Electric.
Early bird weekend tickets are sold out - get day or weekend tickets here.
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