Joining the Green Man line up are legendary Scottish quintet Teenage Fanclub, who’ll draw from their 10 acclaimed studio albums of masterful power-pop. Two-piece psychedelic punk rock band The Lovely Eggs come aboard with a charmingly skewed lo-fi set; dexterous American musician Frankie Cosmos also joins the bill; as does former Fiery Furnace and now creator of fizzier, synthier, cinematic pop Eleanor Friedberger. If that wasn’t enough, enigmatic Mancunian psychedelic pop group Whyte Horses will appear along with Insecure Men, the project of fiercely talented Fat White Family member Saul Adamczewski and his former schoolmate, Childhood’s Ben Romans-Hopcraft; Chilean band Föllakzoid who specialise in pillowy rock music; and Bella Union’s Texan singer-songwriter Ari Roar aka Texan Caleb Campbell.
Also announced are J. Bernardt, Jinte Deprez’s solo project, which sees him explore evocative synth beats drawn from a range of influences, Black Midi, the most thrilling new band to emerge from the Brixton Windmill scene which spawned Shame, Jerkcurb featuring Peckham project Horsey, as well as Squid and The Cosmic Array on the Rising Stage line up.
Joining John Talabot and others on the After Dark DJ lineup is drum and bass pioneer High Contrast. BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens, BBC Radio 6 Music tastemaker Tom Ravenscroft, the ever-reliable party starters Heavenly Jukebox, plus Alfresco Disco, Lycra, Dutty Disco, Big Jeff, and Fever Club.
Chai Wallahs is also back, bring with them 26 jazz, ska and roots acts, including Holly Holden who will bring her Cuban infused sound to the Brecon Beacons and Will Varley, amongst some other party time gems.
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