August 15, 2012 15:26

Pulled Apart By Horses, Toy, Hawk Eyes added to SWN festival 2012

Echo Lake, Tall Ships, Fosil Collective and over 20 others also join the Welsh event's line-up

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Pulled Apart By Horses, Toy and Hawk Eyes are among the new confirmations for this year's SWN festival in Cardiff.

The Welsh event, which takes place from October 18–21 in 17 venues across Cardiff, has confirmed over 30 new acts.

Also joining the line-up are Echo Lake, Tall Ships, Splashh, Fosil Collective and We Were Evergreen.

They join a bill that already includes Gallows, Liars, Dry The River, This Many Boyfriends, Various Cruelties, Peace, Micachu & The Shapes, Django Django and Charlotte Church.

For more information and for full ticket details, see SWNfest.com.

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

The line-up for SWN festival so far is:

A Girl Called Ruth
Afro Cluster
Al Lewis
Among Brothers
Arcane Roots
Bo Ningen
Brotherhood of the Lake
Chain Of Flowers
Charlotte Church
Clock Opera
Death at Sea
Denuo
Django Django
Draw Me Stories
Dry The River
Errors
Eugene Francis Jr
Exit International
Falls
Faye
Feed The Rhino
Fire Season
Fist Of The First Man
Gallops
Gallows
Glass Pear
Golden Fable
Greta Isaac
Gulp
Hey Sholay
Hysterical Injury
Irma Vep
Islet
Jemma Roper
Jewellers
Joanna Gruesome
John Grant
Katell Keineg
Lanterns on the Lake
Laura J Martin
Liars
Manhattan Coast
Marc O'Reilly
Micachu & The Shapes
Milk Maid
Mowbird
Nebula
No Ceremony
No Thee No Ess
Out Of The Woods
Paper Aeroplanes
Peace
PINS
Prosperina
Quiet Marauder
Rangda
Rozi Plain
Rusty Shackle
Sam Airey
Scritti Politti
Sex Hands
Shy and the Fight
Sion Russell Jones
The Adelines
The Ash And The Oak
The Bright Young People
The Invisible
The Knox
The Lovely Eggs
The School
The Vestals
This Many Boyfriends
Tomos Lewis
Torches
Turbowolf,
Urban Development Vocal Collective (UDVC)
Various Cruelties
Verity Susman
We're No Heroes
Zervas and Pepper
AlunaGeorge
Beard of Wolves
Black Moth
Bodhi
Casual Sex
Clinigol
Cold Pumas
Cut Ribbons
Dad Rocks
Echo Lake
Eilir Pierce
Fossil Collective
Hawk Eyes
Hud
Ifan Dafydd
Joyce The Librarian
KWES
Lleuwen
Osian Howells
Pedestrain
Portasound
Pulled Apart By Horses
Push & Run DJs
Samoans
Splashh
Swnami
Tall Ships
Teleman
The Bent Moustache
The Experimental Tropic Blues Band
The Staves
Tom Ap Dan
Toy
Two Wounded Birds
We Are Animal
We Were Evergreen
Without Maps
Y Bandana
Y Lladron
Yr Angen



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