Metronomy, Kitty, Daisy And Lewis confirmed for Sing Ye From The Hillsides festival

North Yorkshire event will take place from April 30 - May 2

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Metronomy, Kitty, Daisy And Lewis and I Like Trains have been confirmed to play this year's Sing Ye From The Hillsides festival.

Curated by British Sea Power, who will perform two full sets at the bash, the event will take place at the highest pub in Britain, the Tan Hill Inn in Swaledale, between April 30 and May 2.

Also set to feature performances from the likes of Goldheart Assembly, Mark Riley, Lone Wolf and Erland And The Carnival, other names on bill include Race Horses, Ebsen And The Witch, Rose Dougal and Alessi’s Ark.

For more information, visit TanHillInn.com.

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