Metronomy to headline Field Day 2014

Warpaint, Sky Ferreira, Danny Brown, Omar Souleyman, Money and Jon Hopkins also confirmed for 2014 line-up

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Metronomy have been announced as the Saturday headline act for next year's Field Day festival in London.

The event, which will expand to a two day event when it takes place over one weekend next year, have confirmed that the British band will headline on Saturday, June 7. They will be joined on the bill by Warpaint, Sky Ferreira, Daniel Avery, Danny Brown, Omar Souleyman, Money and Jon Hopkins.

Dusky, AME, James Holden, Jesy Lanza, John Wizards, Oneohtrix Point Never and The Temper Trap will also perform underneath Metronomy on June 7. Last week it was confirmed that Pixies will headline the Sunday night (June 8) of the east London event. The London festival launched in 2007 as a one-dayer and takes place annually in London's Victoria Park.

Last year's line-up included performances from headliners Animal Collective as well as Bat For Lashes, Four Tet, Solange, Chvrches, Kurt Vile, Jagwar Ma, and Disclosure.

Previous acts to play the bash include Wild Beasts, Franz Ferdinand, The Horrors, The xx, John Cale, Warpaint, The Vaccines, Metronomy and Savages.

For more information, see Field Day's website.

To check the availability of Field Day tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

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