Offset Festival Guitar Hero New Bands Stage line-up announced

Essex festival features Horrors, Slits and A Certain Ratio

Offset Festival Guitar Hero New Bands Stage line-up announced
Offset Festival organisers have announced the line-up for their Guitar Hero New Bands Stage.

The festival, which takes place in Hainault Forest on the outskirts of London on September 5-6, features artists including The Horrors, Damo Suzuki, The Chapman Family and Bombay Bicycle Club.

Dead Kids, Fables and Bearsuit are among the bands playing the Guitar Hero New Bands Stage.

The full line-up for the Guitar Hero New Bands Stage at the Offset Festival is:

September 5:
Dead Kids
The Rayographs
Wet Dog
Lekiddo – Lord Of The Lobsters!
The Duloks
Berlin Brides
What Would Jesus Drive?
The Nuns

September 6:
Quad Throw Salchow
Stranger Son Of Wb
Magic & Fur
Bo Ningen
Artefacts For Space Travel
Death Cigarettes
Lr Rockets
Brontosaurus Chorus
London Blackmarket

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