Summer Camp, Oscar, Rat Boy to play Latitude 2015

July fest is headlined by Alt-J, Portishead and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.

A new batch of acts have been added to this year’s Latitude Festival, running 16th-19th July.

Following the release of their ‘Bad Love’ LP, Summer Camp will be performing at the festival.

They’ll be joined by DIY favourite Oscar, whose ‘Beautiful Words’ EP is due out this summer on Wichita. Essex newcomer Rat Boy and Glasgow trio Tuff Love are also amongst the additions, alongside Polar Bear, Zun Zun Egui and Izzi Bizzu.

For the first time at Latitude, Ireland curators Other Voices are putting on special one-off performances across Henham Park. The Unthanks, All We Are, Young Fathers and East India Youth have all signed up for sets. Eaves, All Tvvins, This Is The Kit and Rozi Plain will also be making an appearance.

This year’s Latitude is headlined by Alt-J, Portishead and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. Caribou, Laura Marling, La Roux and James Blake are also confirmed to play.

DIY is an official media partner for Latitude 2015. We’re also putting on the Alcove Stage across the weekend, featuring Josef Salvat, Nao and Real Lies.

Get tickets for Latitude 2015 here.

Latitude 2015 additions:

Summer Camp, Oscar (pictured), Cove Hithe, Bill Welles & Aiden Moffat, Nitin Sawhney, Izzy Bizzu, Zola Jesus, Grandbrothers, Rat Boy, Tuff Love, Eska, Polar Beat, Jesca Hoop, Zun Zun Egui, Noura Mint Seymali, Marcus Hamblett, Monoswezi.

Other Voices present:
Banter, The Unthanks, All We Are, Booka Brass band, Stornoway, Jape, Young Fathers, East India Youth, This Is The Kit, Rozi Plain, Colm Man Con Iomaire, Bleeding Heart Pigeons, All Tvvins, Zachary Lucky, Fight Like Apes, Le Galaxie, Cathal Smyth, Eaves, Mahalia, Nathaniel Rateliff.

Tags: Oscar Scheller, Rat Boy, Summer Camp, Latitude, News, Festivals

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