Hudson Mohawke, Todd Terje and Radiohead's Philip Selway also confirmed for London festival
FKA Twigs and Run The Jewels are among the latest additions to the line-up for London’s Field Day festival in June.
The festival, which takes place in London’s Victoria Park between June 6-7, has added a raft of new artists to its line-up today. Joining Brit Award nominated FKA Twigs and rap duo Run The Jewels will be Hudson Mohawke, Radiohead’s Philip Selway, Shura, Sylvan Esso, Todd Terje, Jack Garratt, Tune-Yards and Toumani & Sidiki Diabaté.
Meanwhile, a host of new DJs have also joining the bill, including Huw Stephens, John Talabot, Floating Points and Awesome Tapes from Africa as well as Bad Vibrations, Elijah & Skilliam, Georgie Rogers, Leon Vynehall, Marc Riley, Phil Taggart, Tom Ravenscroft and Volte-Face.
Last week it was confirmed that Mac DeMarco will also appear at the festival. The Canadian artist will play the Sunday of the festival joining Patti Smith and headliners Ride on the bill.
Patti Smith and her band will play the 1975 album ‘Horses’ in full on the Sunday of the two-day festival. As previously revealed, Ride will headline that day as part of their 2015 reunion tour.
DIIV will also appear on the Sunday, as will Ducktails, Jane Weaver and Liverpool band Outfit.
Meanwhile, Caribou will headline the Saturday of the festival on a bill which will also see appearances from Django Django, Chet Faker, Owen Pallett, Sophie, Tei Shi, Ten Walls and Kindness. Clark, Daniel Avery, Madlib, Andrew Weatherall and Ghost Culture will also be in attendance on June 6.
For more information, see Field Day’s website.