February 13, 2013 20:03

David Byrne and St Vincent revealed as final End Of The Road festival headliners St Vincent Tickets

They will join Sigur Ros and Belle And Sebastian in Dorset this summer

David Byrne and St Vincent revealed as final End Of The Road festival headliners
David Byrne and St Vincent are set to join Sigur Ros and Belle And Sebastian in headlining this summer's End Of The Road festival.

Talking Heads man David Byrne and Annie Clark of St Vincent released their acclaimed debut collaborative album, 'Love This Giant', last year.

A host of other bands have also been announced for the event, which takes place in Larmer Tree Gardens, north Dorset from August 30 to September 1.

Newly announced acts include: Frightened Rabbit, Bo Ningen, Efterklang, Golden Fable, Diana Jones, Evening Hymns, Laish, Jens Lekman, Marika Hackman, Heartless Bastards, Merchandise, Money, PINS, Polica, Matthew E White, Mark Mulcahy, Caitlin Rose, Savages, Teleman, Widowspeak and Wolf Alice.

For more information, visit: Endoftheroadfestival.com

Palma Violets, Daughter, Angel Olsen, Damien Jurado, The Barr Brothers, Pokey Lafarge and Serafina Steer are among the previously announced acts on the bill.

The 2012 End Of The Road festival was headlined by Grizzly Bear, Beach House and Grandaddy with performances also coming from Alabama Shakes, Midlake and Villagers.

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

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