Royal Blood, Public Access TV, Telegram, Ratking and East India Youth will also perform today in Brighton

The second day of Brighton’s annual new music festival The Great Escape takes place today with Pulled Apart By Horses, Fat White Family and mystery special guests all set to perform.

Tonight’s NME Radar show at The Haunt will present a set from London band Fat White Family (above) as well as sets from Public Access TV, Telegram, Ratking and East India Youth alongside a special guest to be revealed later on today (May 9).

The gig kicks off with Hawk House at 7:45pm. Click here for the full set times and to listen to every band playing for NME Radar throughout The Great Escape.

Additionally, a second NME gig will be taking place at The Corn Exchange with Pulled Apart By Horses set to headline. Elsewhere on the bill will be Royal Blood, Darlia and Baby Strange with events kicking off at 7:45pm.

Elsewhere, Wild Beasts will headline a one-off show at The Dome with support from These New Puritans. Other artists performing across the city as part of the festival include Glass Animals, Honeyblood and Superfood.