April 13, 2012 9:04

Feeder to headline PlayFest 2012 – ticket details

You can also watch the video for the band's new single 'Children Of The Sun'

Feeder to headline PlayFest 2012 – ticket details
Feeder have been confirmed to headline this summer's PlayFest.

The band join Ash in headlining the event, which takes place at New Eccles Hall in Quidenham in Norfolk from June 1 – 3. Also on the bill for the festival are Reverend and The Makers, The Pigeon Detectives, The Big Pink, The Correspondents, Tellison, Spector and many others.

The Welsh rockers, who release their 8th studio album 'Generation Freakshow' on April 23, have also recently unveiled the video for their new single 'Children Of The Sun'. You can watch the video by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

The band are also set to tour the UK in November, playing five shows on the trek. The gigs begin at Glasgow's O2 Academy on November 17 and run until November 23, when the band headline London's O2 Academy Brixton.

To find out more details of the event and for full ticket details, visit Playfest.co.uk.

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

The line-up for PlayFest so far is as follows:

Ash
Feeder
Reverend and The Makers
The Pigeon Detectives
The Big Pink
The Correspondents
Tellison
Jim Lockey
Juan Zelada
Solko
Spector
Ria Ritchie
Tripwires
Lee Vann
Dumbfoundus
Scroobius Pip
Sonic Boom Six
Delilah
Natty
Little Comets
Roots Manuva
Killamonjambo
Alloy Ark
Rory McVicar
The B. Goodes
Federation of The Disco Pimp
Boat To Row
Deers
Kamilla Lovett
Toddla T
Shy FX
Jaymo & Andy George
Zinc
Rattus Rattus
Klose1
DJ Andy H
DJ@WAR
DJ Cable
POW!
Party Boys
Attack Yourself!
Joshua Roberts
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