Noah And The Whale, Everything Everything added to Liverpool Sound City line-up

Melody's Echo Chamber, Delphic, Darwin Deez, Dutch Uncles and Savages also set to appear

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Noah And The Whale, Everything Everything, Melody's Echo Chamber, Delphic, Darwin Deez, Dutch Uncles and Savages have all been added to the line-up for the Liverpool Sound City festival.

The latest batch of bands to be confirmed for the May event also includes Oneohtrix Point Never, Stealing Sheep, Drenge, Pins and Wave Machines. They join previously anouced acts including The Walkmen, Dexys, Enter Shikari, Mount Kimbie, King Krule, AlunaGeorge, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Darkstar and Toy.

Liverpool Sound City will see over 360 artists perform in over 25 venues across three days from May 2-4, 2013.

The line-up for Liverpool Sound City announced so far is:

Noah And The Whale
The Walkmen
Everything Everything
Enter Shikari
Thee Oh Sees
Darwin Deez
Mount Kimbie
Reverend and the Makers
Dutch Uncles
King Krule
Oneohtrix Point Never
Future Of TheLeft
Wave Machines
Egyptian Hip Hop
Stealing Sheep
Melody’s Echo Chamber
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Ian Prowse & Amsterdam
Swim Deep
Alessi’s Ark
The 1975
Wolf People
Theme Park
Hawk eyes
Bipolar Sunshine
Deep Sea
The Family Rain
Charlie Boyer & The Voyeurs
Dan Croll
Lulu James
Arcane Roots
Still Corners
Wild Smiles
Mikill Pane
Bebe Black
Jacob Banks
Bo Ningen
Big Deal
Amateur Best
Night Engine
Fossil Collective
Mind Enterprises
Golden Fable
Neck Deep
Likely Lads

Giving a keynote speech for 2013 will be Andrew Loog Oldham, former manager of The Rolling Stones. The festival will also present 'Set In Stone', a new photo exhibition by Ian Tilton tracing the history of The Stone Roses.

A limited amount of £40 three-day wristbands will be available until March 2, with three-day delegate passes available at £80. There are also £25 daily wristbands also available. Visit for more information.

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