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The festival’s legacy of championing undiscovered music is stronger than ever, and in what’s been my first year, I couldn’t be more excited about what’s to come.” The BBC Music Stage will feature alt-rock pioneers Placebo.Following last year’s chart-topping album, I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It, the Manchester outfit have gone from strength to strength over the last four years, going on to sell out arenas across the world since first performing on The Lake Stage back in 2013.Mumford & Sons will take to the Obelisk Arena as Saturday night headliners in their only UK festival appearance this year.Mumford & Sons have chosen Latitude as the only stop in the UK for their Gentlemen of the Road Takeover, and Fleet Foxes’ will headline their only UK appearance at a festival this year.” Also taking to the main stage will be Goldfrapp, making their Latitude debut after almost 20 years together, plus returning festival favourites The Horrors, and captivating singer-songwriter Lucy Rose.Fresh after a huge 2016 and the release of their second album How To Be A Human Being, Glass Animals will also bring their energetic live show, alongside returning indie rockers Grandaddy off the back of their first album in 10 years, and Tinariwen and The Very Best.The Grammy Award winners will be bringing their ‘Gentlemen of the Road’ to Henham Park, presenting their personally curated Saturday line-up, including an appearance from Senegalese superstar singer with whom they worked on their Johannesburg EP and recent concert film, documentary and album, Live From South Africa: Dust And Thunder.
Fleet Foxes will be making their Latitude debut as they headline The Obelisk Arena on the Sunday.
There will also be performances from London electronic duo Mount Kimbie, hotly-tipped pop powerhouse Maggie Rogers, prodigious multi-instrumental duo The Lemon Twigs, and the return of young indie rebel Declan Mc Kenna. make their Latitude debut alongside indie-pop duo Sylvan Esso, and Antipodean songwriter Julia Jacklin.
Festival favourites Ibibio Sound Machine, model turned folk singer Karen Elson, dance pop prospects Formation, BBC Sound Of 2017 nominee Tom Grennan, and Icelandic garage-rockers Kaleo also make appearances, as will ascendant French duo HER, the first signing on Ben Howard’s label A Blaze of Feather, and US folk favourites The Head and the Heart.
Irish musician Imelda May will also headline the stage, performing songs from her forthcoming album Life Love Flesh Blood.
Performances will also come from iconic dub poet, writer, social commentator and musician Benjamin Zephaniah and The Revolutionary Minds, a re-imagination of Henry Purcell’s opera Dido and Aeneas by Festival Voices and a Swing Jazz Takeover by White Mink will transport the audience back to the early 20th century through a collection of DJs and burlesque performers.
The 1975, Mumford and Sons and Fleet Foxes will headline this summer’s Latitude, but the 12th edition of the festival boasts a huge diverse line-up of musical talents.