My Bloody Valentine added to T In The Park line-up

FIDLAR, Trash Talk and The Virginmarys also added to Scottish festival bill

My Bloody Valentine added to T In The Park line-up

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My Bloody Valentine have been added to the T In The Park bill.

The festival, which takes place in Balado, Kinross between July 12-14 will be headlined this year by Mumford & Sons, Rihanna and The Killers. Also included in the raft of artists set to appear are Foals, Haim, Phoenix, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Calvin Harris and Beady Eye, along with Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Dizzee Rascal and Kraftwerk.

My Bloody Valentine will perform at the festival months after releasing their long awaited album 'mbv'. Released in February, the album is the long-awaited follow-up to 'Loveless', released in 1991. Other new additions to the festival line-up announced today (April 18) include LA hardcore band Trash Talk, Fidlar and The VirginMarys.

To check the availability of T In The Park tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

A selection of artists announced for T In The Park so far include:

Adam Beyer
Alt-J
Azealia Banks
Bastille
Beady Eye
British Sea Power
Calvin Harris
Chase and Status
CHVRCHES
Claude VonStroke
The Courteeners
Daughter
David Guetta
Deacon Blue
Disclosure
Dizzee Rascal
Earl Sweatshirt
Eats Everything
Editors
Emeli Sandé
Everything Everything
Fidlar
Foals
Frank Turner
The Fratellis
Frightened Rabbit
Frank Ocean
Haim
The Heavy
Hot Natured
Imagine Dragons
Jackmaster
Jake Bugg
Joy Orbison
Kendrick Lamar
Kraftwerk
Labrinth
Laurent Garnier
The Lumineers
Miles Kane
Modest Mouse
Modestep
My Bloody Valentine
Nina Kraviz
Nina Nesbitt
Noah and the Whale
Ocean Colour Scene
Of Monsters and Men
The Original Rudeboys
Palma Violets
Paloma Faith
Peace
Phoenix
The Proclaimers
Richie Hawtin
Rudimental
Snoop Dogg
The Script
Seth Troxler
Silicone Soul
Slam
Stereophonics
The Strypes
Tom Odell
Trash Talk
Tribes
Twin Atlantic
Two Door Cinema Club
The View
Tyler, The Creator
Villagers
The Virgin Marys
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
The 1975


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