March 21, 2013 9:56

Everything Everything and Klaxons added to The Great Escape line-up

More acts confirmed for Brighton bash this May

Everything Everything and Klaxons added to The Great Escape line-up

Photo: Roger Sargent/NME

Everything Everything and Klaxons are among a list of 58 new artists added to The Great Escape festival in Brighton.

Everything Everything will perform a one-off show at the Brighton Dome during the multi-venue festival in May, while Klaxons will return to showcase material from their forthcoming third album. Joining them on the line-up will be Tribes, Deap Vally, Big Deal, Girls Names and RDGLDGRN among many others.

Bastille, Parquet Courts, Wolf Alice, Swim Deep, The Strypes, Chvrches, AlunaGeorge and DIIV will also play live in the coastal city between May 16 and 18. Everything Everything are one of a handful of acts playing live at Brighton venue The Dome, which non-wristband holding fans will be able to attend on a one-off basis.

Speaking about the line-up, The Great Escape's Kat Morris says: "The core aim of TGE is to champion new music, and it’s great to be in a position where we can give festival goers an exciting cross-section of new artists to engage with. In our eighth year we are completely focused on delivering another programme that wholly embodies this ethos, and our initial line-up is full of promise for this year to be one of our best to date."

Super early bird tickets for the festival have now sold out but Early Bird tickets priced £45 can be purchased via the official website for The Great Escape.

The newly announced acts are:

A*M*E
Aliment
Ain't No Love
Andreya Triana
Anushka
Beau
Black Atlantic
Blathazar
Big Deal
Bo Bruce
Coach Station Reunion
Cheatahs
Chloe Howl
Chris Cohen
Deap Vally
Eaux
Ewert And The Two Dragons
Enchanted Hunters
Endian
Evelinn Trouble
Everything Everything
Girls Names
Glass Animals
Honningbarna
Jenny Hval
Jake Isaac
JC Satan
Klaxons
Last Night In Paris
Lulu James
L'Hereu Escampa
Mark E
Mary Epworth
Moxie
Nadine Shah
Oddisee
Palm Reader
Peter Kernel
PS I Love You
Pictorial Candi
RDGLDGRN
Rossevelt
Sean Nicholas Savage
Sega Bodega
Saint Raymond
Sons and Lovers
Spencer
The Blackout
The KDMS
The Physics House Band
The Rumour Said Fire
Trevino
Tribes
We Were Evergreen
The Nextmen
Velvet Two Stripes
Za!


Previously announced acts include:

The 1975
A Tribe Called Red
AA Wallace
Andy Shauf
Arcane Roots
Atlas Genius
Allah-Las
AlunaGeorge
Awaken I Am
Bastille
Babe
The Balconies
Beach Fossils
Big Wave Riders
Billy Bragg
Blue Hawaii
Brooke Candy
Bear's Den
The Black Heart Rebellion
Blackeye
Blaudzun
Brdoka
Cairo Pythian
Cairo Knife Fight
Catfish And The Bottlemen
[Champagne]
Concrete Knives
Caitlin Park
Charlie Straight
Childhood
Christine and The Queens
Chvrches
Cloud Boat
Cousins
Cub Scouts
Dan Croll
Darkstar
David Rodigan
Del Barber
Dingus Khan
Daniel Drumz
Deep Sea Arcade
Diane
DIIV
Dinosaur Pile-Up
Drenge
Dune
Eagulls
Echo And The Empress
The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster
Elisapie
Eye Emma Jedi
Eddi Front
Ed Harcourt
Eliza and The Bear
Fist City
Foam Lake
Gallops
How To Dress Well
Humans
Hungry Kids Of Hungary
Iggy Azalea
Indians
Jacco Gardner
Jagwar Ma
King Krule
Kodaline
Lab Coast
Lawrence Arabia
Lewis Watson
Luke Sital-Singh
Mac Demarco
Made In Japan
Marmozets
Mo
The Naturals
The Neighbourhood
Neighbourhood Youth
Nick Nulvey
Night Engine
Parquet Courts
Phosphorescent
Portasound
Rainy Milo
Royal Canoe
Ryan Keen
San Zhi
Skaters
Skip & Die
Sleepmakewaves
Snakadaktal
Soak
Spectres
Stonefield
The Strypes
Superfood
Sweet Baboo
Swim Deep
Teleman
Temples
To Kill A King
Tom Odell
Tomorrow's World
Towns
Tres B
The Trouble With Templeton
The Upskirts
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Velcro Hooks
Velociraptor
Wall
Wolf Alice
Young Rival


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