Graham Coxon and Radiohead’s Phil Selway to play Truck Festival

The Go! Team and Edwyn Collins will also play Oxfordshire event

Graham Coxon and Radiohead’s Phil Selway to play Truck Festival

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Graham Coxon and Radiohead's Phil Selway are among the latest additions to this year's Truck Festival line-up.

Set to take place July 22-24 at Hill Farm, Steventon, the weekend should be somewhat of a homecoming for Oxfordshire-based musician Selway, who'll play a solo show there.

This year Truck are teaming up with record labels Transgressive, Bella Union and Heavenly to curate the second stage.

Coxon will headline the stage on the Friday, under the Transgressive banner, with Selway appearing on the Sunday, when Bella Union are in charge.

Other new acts on the bill include The Go! Team, Edwyn Collins, Dry the River and Gaggle.

See Thisistruck.com for more information.

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

The line up for Truck 2011 is:

Graham Coxon
The Go! Team
Philip Selway
Edwyn Collins
Truck Festival All-Stars
Tunng
Dean Wareham (plays Galaxie 500)
Roddy Woomble
Justin Townes Earle
Admiral Fallow
Dry The River
Pete Molinari
Alessi's Ark
Sea of Bees
Justin Robertson
Richard Norris (Beyond the Wizard's Sleeve)
Mechanical Bride
Gaggle
The Rockingbirds
Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou
James Walbourne
Lanterns on the Lake
Cashier No9
Two Fingers of Firewater
Gruff Rhys
Bellowhead
Saint Etienne
Johnny Flynn
John Grant
The Duke & The King
Cherry Ghost
Fixers
Trophy Wife
Jonquil
Chad Valley
Caitlin Rose
Marques Toliver
Treefight For Sunlight
Marcus Foster
Jonny
Richmond Fontaine
Dreaming Spires

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