Public Enemy to headline Secret Garden Party

Hercules and Love Affair also join the bill for the Cambridgeshire festival this summer

Public Enemy to headline Secret Garden Party

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Public Enemy are set to headline this summer's Secret Garden Party.

The festival takes place July 24-27 near Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire. Hercules and Love Affair have also joined the bill, and will play following the release of their new album 'The Feast of the Broken Heart', which comes out in May.

Speaking about their appearance, Andy Butler of the band says: "The Secret Garden Party is legendary. I have had the opportunity to take two versions of the Hercules live show to many festivals, but every now and then get to one where the curation/line up is ace, the location is wonderful, and the overall organization and attitude is stellar - this would be the Secret Garden Party."

Also joining the bill are Foreign Beggars, King Charles, Alabama 3, Big Deal, Say Lou Lou, Rae Morris, Thumpers, John Fullbright, Beans On Toast and more. Previously announced sets comes from Wolf Alice, Superfood and The Amazing Snakeheads as well as Little Dragon, Fat White Family and Jagwar Ma. For more details and the full line-up, visit Secretgardenparty.com. Last year's festival saw performances from London Grammar, The Strypes, Childhood, Regina Spektor and Willy Mason.

To check the availability of Secret Garden Party tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

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