Hard-Fi to headline Glastonbury's Leftfield Stage

Band confirm themselves for June Somerset bash

Hard-Fi to headline Glastonbury's Leftfield Stage
Hard-Fi have confirmed that they will be performing at this year's Glastonbury festival.

According to Efestivals.co.uk singer Richard Archer confirmed the news from the stage at the band's gig at Nottingham's Bodega Social Club last month. He said they would be headlining the festival's Leftfield Stage on June 25.

This is currently the band's only scheduled festival appearance of the summer so far. They are currently putting the finishing touches to their third album, which is tentatively titled 'Killer Sounds'.

The band also announced yesterday (May 23) that they have booked their first London show for over three years, set for the capital's HMV Forum on September 23.

Beyonce, Coldplay and U2 are set to headline Glastonbury this year, which takes place over the weekend of June 24–26 at Worthy Farm. For more information about the festival visit Glastonburyfestivals.co.uk.

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