BASEMENT JOCKS!

They'll headline the NME Stage...

BASEMENT JOCKS!
BASEMENT JAXX have been confirmed as NME STAGE headliners at T IN THE PARK, we can reveal.

The group join Green Day as fellow NME Stage headliners at this year's Scottish festival, which takes place over the weekend of July 13-14. Basement Jaxx will play on the first night (July 13).

Other new additions to the bill include Shaun Ryder playing as SWR, Proud Mary and Orbital, who have also been confirmed as Sunday night headliners in the Slam Tent.

Elsewhere, [/a], Less than Jake, Halo and [a] have also been added.

This year's T In The Park will be the ninth annual event, headlined by Oasis, Foo Fighters and The Chemical Brothers.

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