Razorlight and Undertones to headline Edinburgh's Haddowfest

Twisted Wheel also set to play Scottish festival

Razorlight and Undertones to headline Edinburgh's Haddowfest
Razorlight, Undertones, Twisted Wheel and Johnny Foreigner are set to play this year's Haddowfest festival in Edinburgh.

The Dykeenies and Broken Records are also set to play the Scottish bash, which takes place at various venues across the city on April 2-3.

See Haddowfest.com for more information.

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

The Haddowfest festival line-up so far is:

Broken Records
The Undertones
The Dykeenies
The 10:04's
Johnny Foreigner
Twisted Wheel
The Fire and I
Stanley Odd
Marner Brown
Every Day at 10
The Matinee
The OK Social Club
The Nature Boys
Pose Victorious
The Stagger Rats
The Winter Tradition
Lost In Audio
The Rigbys
We See Lights
Imperial Racing Club
The Waska
The Craven Braves
Steven’s Myth
Kitty The Lion
Tango In The Attic
Dead Sea Souls
Michael Cassidy
Any Colour Black
Steve Heron
His Name Is Codeine
Little Doses
Miniature Dinosaurs
The Laymanites
The Long Fellows
Selective Service
Jim Gellatly (DJ)
Aaron Wright
Catfish and the Bottlemen
The Mixups
The Rudiments
Richard Cobb
Lost Generation?
The High Lines
The Asps
A Fight You Can’t Win
Ghosts Of Progress
Casino Queen
Snide Rhythms
White Heath
Cancel the Astronauts
Sacre Noir
Echo Arcadia
Kat Healy Music Club
Matt Norris and The Moon
Val Verde
Whereas Strutter
Run Lucky Free
Ray Summers
The Draymin
Johnny and The Giros
Mr Kil
Kerry Lynch
Beatnic Pretige

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