Noah And The Whale confirmed for Ibiza Rocks closing party

Rizzle Kicks and The Whip are also heading to the Balearic island

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Noah And The Whale have been confirmed for the closing party of this season of Ibiza Rocks.

After another epic summer of live music on the island, the 'L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N.' band will headline the final night on September 21.

Talking to NME about their booking, frontman Charlie Fink said: "It's something different for us and to be honest I don't really know what to expect, but we're very excited. I've never been to Ibiza before so I’m not quite sure what’s going to happen."

However, he denied that the former folk group would be bringing out raved-up versions of their songs, saying: "We’re going to do our festival set which we’ve done at all the others. It’s got a lot of energetic numbers so hopefully people will get up and dance.”

Meanwhile, hip-hop favourites Rizzle Kicks will return again this year, playing Mallorca Rocks on September 6 and Ibiza Rocks the following night. And in the build up to the release of their second album 'Wired Together' on September 19, Manchester electro band The Whip play Mallorca and Ibiza on September 13 and 14 respectively.

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