Palma Violets join Live At Leeds line-up

London band set to play at Yorkshire festival this bank holiday weekend (May 2-4)

Palma Violets join Live At Leeds line-up

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Palma Violets have been added to the line-up for Live At Leeds 2014.

The Ivor Novello-nominated band have joined the Yorkshire festival, which runs between May 2-4 and join Pulled Apart By Horses, Albert Hammond Jr, Blood Red Shoes and Frank Turner on the line-up.

NME will also be represented at the annual event with Drenge, Wolf Alice and Circa Waves set to play live on the NME Stage at The Cockpit on Saturday May 3. The full line-up for the NME stage at The Cockpit is completed by The Bohicas, Darlia, George Barnett, Little Matador, The Mexanines, Carnabell and The Midnight Beast. Doors open at 12pm.

Other artists performing across multiple venues at Live At Leeds this year include Los Campesinos! Fuck Buttons, Courtney Barnett, and Yuck, who will all play live in and around the Yorkshire city on the May bank holiday.

To check the availability of Live At Leeds tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

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