Leftfield to play first show in 10 years

Band join Rock Ness Festival bill

Leftfield to play first show in 10 years
Leftfield have announced that they will play what will be their first live show in 10 years at this year's Rock Ness festival.

The dance duo will join new line-up additions Chase and Status and Boys Noize at the Scottish event, which takes place by Loch Ness on June 11-13.

The Strokes had previously been announced as headliners for the event, with Friendly Fires and 2manydjs also on the bill.

The Rock Ness line-up so far is:

The Strokes
Leftfield
Chase And Status
2manydjs
Soulwax
Friendly Fires
Annie Mac
Club 75 featuring Xavier De Rosnay (Justice)
Busy P
Cassius
DJ Mehdi
Rob da Bank


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