Regina Spektor and Hot Chip join Connect Festival

Bat For Lashes also joins Scottish festival bill

Regina Spektor and Hot Chip join Connect Festival
Regina Spektor, Hot Chip and Bat For Lashes are the latest artists confirmed on the bill of the Connect festival in Scotland.

MIA and Orbital’s Paul Hartnoll are also booked for the three-day summer bash.

As previously reported, the festival will see The Jesus And Mary Chain playing their first Scottish gig in years. It will also feature Jarvis Cocker, Beastie Boys, Primal Scream and Bjork.

Connect will take place on the weekend of August 31 and September 2 on the banks of Loch Fyne, Inveraray in Argyll.

The line-up so far is as follows:

1990s
Alex Smoke
Bat For Lashes
The Beastie Boys
Big Star
Bjork
Black Dog
CSS
Four Tet
Hot Chip
Idlewild
Jarvis Cocker
James Yorkston
King Creosote
LCD Soundsystem
MIA
Modest Mouse
Mogwai
My Latest Novel
Nouvelle Vague
Optimo
Patrick Wolf
Paul Hartnoll
Polyphonic Spree
Primal Scream
Regina Spektor
Rilo Kiley
Sons and Daughters
Teenage Fanclub
The Only Ones
The Divine Comedy
The Go! Team
The Jesus And Mary Chain
Tilly And The Wall
Trashcan Sinatras
Vashti Bunyan


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