News Go Sailor, Standard Fare, Girls Names And More Added To Indietracks Line-Up

The Proper Ornaments, Ballboy’s Gordon McIntyre and Joanna Gruesome will also play at the Derbyshire festival.

Go Sailor, Standard Fare and Girls Names are amongst the new batch of bands added to the line-up this year's Indietracks.

Indie pop supergroup Go Sailor will visit the UK for the first time for the festival, with Ballboy's Gordon McIntyre, the Proper Ornaments and Joanna Gruesome also added to the line-up.

Heading into its sixth year, the festival is this year teaming up with Slumberland Records, and over 50 bands will play during the weekend of 6-8 July across four stages.

Other additions to this year's line-up are: Liechtenstein, White Town, The Rosie Taylor Project, Velodrome 2000, September Girls, Mikrofisch, The Silver Factory and The Making Of.

They join the likes of Veronica Falls, Allo Darlin' and Evans The Death who are already confirmed for the event.

Tickets are now available for the festival - which takes place at the Midland Railway in Ripley - with early bird discounted tickets for the weekend costing £60 (standard price £67) and single day tickets costing £32.50 (usual price £35).

The full line-up announced so far is:

Allo Darlin, Veronica Falls, Go Sailor, Gordon McIntyre, Standard Fare, Tender Trap, The June Brides, Evans the Death, Tigercats, White Town, Liechenstein, Bart Cummings (with Pam Berry), The Birthday Kiss, Colour Me Wednesday, Doggy, Girls Names, Gold Bears, The Hobbes Fanclub, Joanna Gruesome, Language of Flowers, The Making Of, Mikrofisch, Orca Team, Proper Ornaments, Rose Melberg, The Rosie Taylor Project, The Sunbathers, 10p Mixes, Sea Lions, September Girls, The Silver Factory, Velodrome 2000 and White Town.

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