A Place To Bury Strangers added to Siren Festival lineup

They join Built To Spill, Spank Rock and more at Coney Island

A Place To Bury Strangers - dubbed New York's Loudest Band - pop up on our new music Radar talking about shoegazing, alley parties and noxious fumes in this week's NME.
A Place To Bury Strangers, Tiny Masters Of Today and The Oh Sees have been added to the lineup for next month’s Siren Music Festival in Coney Island.

They join Built To Spill, The Raveonettes, Frightened Rabbit, Spank Rock, Future Of The Left and Bear Hands on the bill for the annual event which will take place on July 18.

The Grand Duchy, Monotonix and Micachu & The Shapes are also among the acts who will also play the free outdoor festival.

The Siren Music Festival is an all-day, all-ages affair and kicks off at noon.

--By our New York staff.
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