Daniel Johnston joins UK festival bill

The cult singer/songwriter heads for Scotland

Daniel Johnston joins UK festival bill
Cult US singer/songwriter Daniel Johnston has been added to the bill for the forthcoming Indian Summer festival in Glasgow.

The bash, in its second year, takes place on July 14 and 15 in Glasgow’s Victoria Park. Johnston will play the BBC 6 Music Hub Stage on the first day.

Other additions to the bill include The Teenagers, Silversun Pickups, Andrew Bird and Maps.

The festival is headlined by Wilco and The Flaming Lips.

The line-up so far is:

The Rapture
The Teenagers
Silversun Pickups
Emma Pollock
Daniel Johnston
Au Revoir Simone
Alberta Cross
Ruarri Joseph
Optimo (Espacio)
Prins Thomas
Tim Sweeney
Tim Goldsworthy
Ra Ra Riot

The Flaming Lips
Spiritualized – Acoustic Mainline
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
I’m From Barcelona
Loney, Dear
Elvis Perkins
120 Days
Make Model
The Parsonage
Optimo (Espacio)
The Presets
Rhythm & Sound with Tikaman
The Parsonage

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