The Cribs to play Welsh music festival

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Black Lips and Beirut also perform

The Cribs are set to play SWN festival in Cardiff.

The three day event takes place at various venues in the city between November 9-11 and is curated by Radio 1’s Huw Stevens.

Black Lips and Beirut are also scheduled to play.

Speaking about the event, Stevens said: “The thrill of going from venue to venue to see different bands and DJs is unique, and Cardiff will be the perfect city to host a festival of this kind.

“The new audiences that bands get and the impact on them and the local economy is a brilliant thing, with the emphasis being on quality and diversity throughout.”

The line up is:

Edwyn Collins

David Holmes

Annie Mac

The Hot Puppies

Cate Le Bon

Mr Huw

Pete Fowler

Christopher Rees

The Spencer McGarry Season

Lleuwen

Llan Clan and the Gentle Good

Sons And Daughters

The Cribs

I Was A Cub Scout

Andy Votel

DJ Scotch Egg

Beirut

Eugene McGuinness

The Black Lips

Loefah

Bass Clef

Shrag

Monkey Swallows The Universe

The Bobby McGees

George Pringle

Youthmovies

Mr Hopkinson’s Computer

Pony Up

Correcto

Two Gallants

Those Dancing Days

The Legend

Simon Price

Cherry Ghost

Jaymay

School Of Language

Crayola Lectern

In Transit

Black Kids

Fanfarlo

Das Wanderlust

Looker

Beyond The Wizard’s Sleeve

Their Hearts Were Full Of Spring

Emmy The Great

Slow Club

Larry Pickleman

The Duloks

Mertle

Kotki Dwa

Andrew Hockey

The Yellow Moon Band

Hush The Many

Kid Acne

Lex DJs

Charlottefield

Texas Radio Band

Genod Droog

Truckers Of Husk

Brigyn

Heck

The Gentle Good

Eitha Tal Ffranco

Llan Clan

Black Cesar

Le B

Richard James

Future Of The Left

Gindrinker

The Victorian English Gentleman’s Club

Space In The 50s

Julia Harris

9 Bach

Plant Duw

The Threatmantics

Llwybr Llaethog

She’s Got Spies

The School

The Loves

Smithy Blade

Caskade & Carpe Diem

Evils

Stabmaster Vinyl

Pappy

Plyci

Orcop

Y Lembo

Soft Hearted Scientists

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