Simian Mobile Disco, The Fall, These New Puritans added to Field Day 2010 line-up

Lightspeed Champion also joins the likes of Phoenix on the east London bash's bill

Simian Mobile Disco, The Fall, These New Puritans added to Field Day 2010 line-up

Photo: Dan Dennison

Simian Mobile Disco, The Fall and These New Puritans are among the second wave of acts to be added to the bill for this year's Field Day festival in London.

Other new acts on the July 31 bash include Chapel Club, No Age, Yuck and Lightspeed Champion. The bands join the likes of Phoenix, Chilly Gonzales and Silver Apples, all of whom had previously been announced.

Field Day 2010 takes place at London's Victoria Park.

The full line up, so far, for Field Day is:

Babeshadow
Carte Blanche (DJ Mehdi & Riton)
Chapel Club
Hudson Mohawke
Lightspeed Champion
No Age
Simian Mobile Disco
Tamikrest
The Fall
These New Puritans
Yuck
Phoenix
Amiina
Beth Jeans Houghton
Caribou
Esben And The Witch
Chilly Gonzales
Corsano And Flowers
Gold Panda
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
James Holden
Joker and MC Nomad
Max Tundra
Memory Tapes
Mouse On Mars
Pantha Du Prince
Silver Apples


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