Peaches announce Ether festival line-up

Thecocknbullkid and more join the party

Peaches announce Ether festival line-up
More details are emerging about Peaches' appearance at London's Ether Festival.

The iconoclastic star is bringing her live show, dubbed 'Every Little Defect Gets RESPECT', to the Royal Festival Hall's festival of 'innovation in sound and art' on April 10.

The singer has hand-picked the line-up, with 'queen of the teen scene' CHARLI XCX and drag act Johnny Woo. Meanwhile, Thecocknbullkid, Pustra, Vileen and Scottee will perform the aftershow event.

Peaches releases her new album 'I Feel Cream' on May 4. Other acts appearing at Ether include Royksopp, Squarepusher and The Whitest Boy Alive.

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