Groove Armada, Blood Red Shoes for Brighton Great Escape festival

Plus Club NME and NME Radar show bands announced

Groove Armada, Blood Red Shoes for Brighton Great Escape festival
Groove Armada, Blood Red Shoes, The Slits, The Fiery Furnaces and I Blame Coco are among a slew of new names added to this year's Brighton Great Escape line-up, it has been announced.

Detroit Social Club, Goldhawks and General Fiasco have also been added to the bill for the multi-venue event, which takes place on May 13-15.

Everything Everything and Surfer Blood will play Club NME shows at the bash, while Delorean, Frankie And The Heartstrings, Egyptian Hip Hop, Warpaint and Theophilus London will play NME Radar shows.

Other acts previously announced for the festival include Delphic, Ellie Goulding and Marina And The Diamonds.

The Great Escape line-up so far is:

Delphic
Chase And Status
Broken Social Scene
Marina And The Diamonds
Ellie Goulding
Crystal Fighters
Everything Everything
Delorean
Frankie And The Heartstrings
Egyptian Hip Hop
Warpaint
Theophilus London
Groove Armada
Blood Red Shoes
The Slits
The Fiery Furnaces
I Blame Coco
Detroit Social Club
Daisy Dares You
General Fiasco
Alessi's Ark
Ganglians
The Pack A.D
Art Vs Science
The Agitator
Citadels
Gold Panda
Goldhawks
Trembling Bells
Here We Go Magic
Dan Smith
Vuk
Frontier Ruckus
Rural Alberta Advantage
The Crookes
Othello Woolf
Polly Mackey & The Pleasure Principle
Ramona
Rich Aucoin
Rubber Kiss Goodbye
Ruby Jean And The Thoughtful Bees
Sophie Madeline
The Charkas
Wax Fang
Artisan Guns
Lights Go Blue
Manna
MAY68
An Emerald City
Ingrid Olava
Surfer Blood
Slow Club
Cold Cave
Esben And The Witch
Hurts
Japandroids
Real Estate
Timber Timbre
Darwin Deez
Best Coast
The Cheek
Wild Palms
The Ruby Suns


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


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