Labrinth and Katy B to play High Definition festival in June

Full line-up announced for Essex event

Labrinth and Katy B to play High Definition festival in June

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Labrinth and Katy B will appear at the High Definition Festival in Essex this June.

The event, which takes place in Fairlop near Ilford, Essex features a line-up of pop stars and underground dance acts with Ms Dynamite and Dot Rotten joined on the bill by Joker, Oneman, Shy FX, Friction, Hot Natured, Bicep, Eats Everything, Gorgon City and Maya Jane Coles among many others. Tickets are available now, priced at £29.50 and can be bought via the High Definition website.

Katy B recently revealed that she has finished "95 per cent" of her second album. The singer released her debut LP 'On A Mission' in 2011 and said that the follow-up is now nearly done. "Everything is great," she said of the record. "I've basically got some great tracks and I think I'll just keep writing until the end. A lot of stuff is getting mixed and mastered at the moment, so you just never know when you can just write something special at the last minute."

Giving further information about the record, she also revealed that there were more tracks which "you can imagine me singing in my bedroom rather than in the middle of a dancefloor". She added: "Where I am in my life at the moment, and with my age group as well, I think reality has kind of kicked in."

High Definition Festival takes place on June 29, 2013.

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