Clinic, Future Of The Left, Goldie Lookin' Chain for Swn Festival

First bands announced for Cardiff multi-venue event

Future of the left Pic: Richard Johnson
Clinic, Future Of The Left, Goldie Lookin Chain, Pete And The Pirates and The Pipettes are among a slew of bands set to play at the forthcoming Swn Festival in Cardiff.

Dananananaykroyd, James Yuill and former Boo Radleys man Martin Carr are also set to perform at the bash, which takes place over various venues in the Welsh capital on November 14-16.

Music conferences, talks and workshops will take place in Cardiff as part of the bash, which is in its second year.

Fans can buy wristbands that allow them entry to all the gigs that comprise the festival. Cash entry to specific gigs will be available, but priority will be given to wristband holders.

See for more information.

The line-up for the Swn Festival so far is:

James Yuill
The Pipettes
Stephen Fretwell
The Chapman Family
Martin Carr
The Boy Least Likely To
Rolo Tomassi
Indian Jewelery
Agaskodo Televerek
The Lovely Eggs
Serefina Steer
Pete And The Pirates
The Big Pink
It Hugs Back
Jay Jay Pistolet
Peggy Sue
The New Tea Party
Legowelt (DJ set)
Heavenly Records DJs
Young Marble Giants
Genod Droog (last ever show)
High Contrast
Goldie Lookin Chain
Euros Childs
Future Of The Left
Truckers Of Husk
The Joy Formidable
Jamie And The Lionhearts
Sweet Baboo
The Last Republic
Rod Thomas
Gwyneth Glyn
Huw MM
The Afternoons
Fred Jones
Eilir Pierce
Picture Books In Winter
The Ash And The Oak
Butterflies With Beards
Friends Electric
Random Elbow Pain
Right Hand Left Hand
Little Eris
Radio Luxembourg
Lifting Gear Engineer
Pagan Wanderer Lu
Hemme Fatale
Georgia Ruth Williams
Alex Dingley
Little My
The Muscle Club
Pixel H8
The School
JT Mouse
Valley Lines, Orcop
The Hidden Persuader
Frederick Stanley Star
Attack + Defend
Nia Morgan
Lindsey Leven
Acid Casuals (DJ set)
Dig! with B-Music DJs Carl Forecast and Huw Evans

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

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