Mystery Jets, British Sea Power and Johnny Foreigner for Hinterland Festival

Event will take place in Glasgow on April 3

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Mystery Jets, British Sea Power and Johnny Foreigner are among the acts confirmed for the forthcoming Hinterland Festival.

Taking place in venues across Glasgow on April 3, other confirmed acts include Hot Club De Paris, Jeffery Lewis and Pulled Apart By Horses.

Early bird tickets for the one-day event are currently on sale for £10, via HinterlandFestival.com.

The line-up so far is:

British Sea Power
Pulled Apart By Horses
Jeffrey Lewis
Friendly Fires (DJ)
Joe Goddard (Hot Chip - DJ Set)
Hot Club de Paris
Wave Pictures
GrecoRoman Soundsystem
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
Fenech Soler
Johnny Foreigner
French Wives
Ambulances
Bleech
Kitty and the Lion
Midnight Lion
Cooly G
Eclair FiFi
Make Sparks
Little Yellow Ukuleles




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