Haim to perform at Ibiza and Mallorca Rocks 2014

British band The 1975 will also play live in June next year

Haim to perform at Ibiza and Mallorca Rocks 2014

Photo: David Edwards/NME

Haim and The 1975 will perform at Ibiza and Mallorca Rocks next year.

The two bands, both of whom have had Number One albums in the UK this year, will perform in June with Haim playing the opening party for both Mallorca Rocks on June 3 and the following day at Ibiza Rocks. British band The 1975 will follow shortly after, playing in Mallorca on June 10 and Ibiza on June 11.

Ibiza and Mallorca Rocks promoter of Shane Murray says: "What a way to kick off next summer poolside at Ibiza and Mallorca Rocks. It’s a real coup to confirm Haim and The 1975 so early. They are two of the biggest breakthrough acts of the year and set the bar pretty high for the rest of the 16-week season."

More Rocks headline acts are due to follow in the New Year.

Earlier this week Haim revealed the Giorgio Moroder remix of their single 'Forever'. The original of which features on their debut album, 'Days Are Gone'. Moroder recently collaborated with Daft Punk on their 2013 album 'Random Access Memories'.

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