Amazing Baby, Johnny Foreigner, Eugene McGuinness for Swn

Bands added to Cardiff bash line-up

Amazing Baby, Johnny Foreigner, Eugene McGuinness for Swn
Amazing Baby, Eugene McGuinness and Johnny Foreigner are among a host of bands added to the line-up of the forthcoming Swn festival, set to take place in Cardiff between November 14 and 16.

Amazing Baby will headline the NME night at the bash, which will take place at the Barfly on November 15. Broken Records, The Muscle Club and The Last Republic will also play on the bill.

The Swn line-up so far is:

James Yuill
Golden Silvers
Martin Carr
Voluntary Butler Scheme
Skatar
The Big Pink
It Hugs Back
Amazing Baby
The Boy Least Likely To
Rolo Tomassi
The Pipettes
Young Marble Giants
Tubelord
Dananananaykroyd
Cats In Paris
Indian Jewlry
Pete And The Pirates
Legowelt
Thomas Tantrum
Volcano
The Chapman Family
The New Tea Party
Agaskodo Teliverek
Flashguns
The Lovely Eggs
Jay Jay Pistolet
Peggy Sue
Clinic
Serafina Steer
Stephen Fretwell
Das Wanderlust
Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man
Conan (of Conan And The Mockasins)
Pixel H8
Broken Records
Johnny Foreigner
Chew Lips
Chipmunk
Eugene McGuiness
John Head
Pete Greenwood
King Cannibal (Ninja Tune)
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
SJ Esau
Thomas Truax
Skinnyman
Jamie and the lionhearts
Truckers of husk
Gallops
Sweet baboo
Dufraine
The Last Republic
Rod Thomas
Euros Childs
Future Of The Left
Gwyneth Glyn
Threatmantics
MC Saizmundo
Little Eris
HUW MM
LLWYD
Derwyddon Dr Gonzo
Danblagroyd
Eilir Pierce
Picture Books In Winter
Zwolf
The Ash And The Oak
Butterflies with Beards
Friends Electric
Random Elbow Pain
Lifting Gear Engineer
Pagan Wanderer Lu
Hemme Fatale
Wrightoid
Georgia Ruth Williams
Alex Dingley
High Contrast
little my
Joy Formidable
Fred Jones
The School
Goldie Lookin Chain
Yucatan
The Muscle Club
Seindorff
John Mouse
Valley Lines
ORCOP
The Hidden Persuader
Acid Casuals
Frederick Stanley Star
Attack + Defend
Genod Droog
Nia Morgan
Lindsey leven
The Afternoons
Y Diwygiad
Yr Ods
MC Mabon (DJ Set)
Zail
Cate Le Bon
Ectogram
Klaus Kinski
The Stilletoes
Evils
PSI
Vito
James St James
The Fuzz Birds
Sild
Yellow Moon Band
Richard James
Camera
Mac
Radio Luxembourg
Blue Wall
Right Hand, Left Hand
Jen Jeniro
Metabeats (DJ)
Beatbox Fozzy
Colorama
Dead Residents
Chrome Kids
Fernhill
Silence At Sea
Mr Huw
Telegram From The Queen
Cyrion


To check the availability of Swn tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

See Swnfest.com for more information.

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