Les Savy Fav, Laura Marling, Cut Copy added to Field Day line-up

More names added to August London bash bill

Les Savy Fav, Laura Marling, Cut Copy added to Field Day line-up
Les Savy Fav, Laura Marling, Cut Copy and Lindstrom are among acts added to the Field Day festival-line up.

Modelselektor, Hannah Holland and Matt Wlsh have also been confirmed to be performing at the bash.

The festival takes place on August 9 at London's Victoria Park.

The line-up so far is

Bloggers Delight
Brodinski
Crookers
Dan Deacon
Dirty Projectors
Eat Your Own Ears djs
Emperor Machine
Filthy Dukes
Fionn Regan
Foals
James Holden
Jeffrey Lewis
King Creosote (Duo show)
Magistrates
Mechanical Bride
Mystery Jets
Of Montreal
One Little Plane
Richie Hawtin (Minus, Berlin)/Visuals by Ali Demirel
Simian Mobile Disco
The Field
The Notwist
Tunng
White Lies
Les Savy Fav
Cut Copy
Lindstorm
Modeselektor
Laura Marling


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