White Lies and The Cribs to headline Truck festival 2014

Peace and Swim Deep also set to play the Oxford event.

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White Lies and The Cribs have been announced as headliners for this year's Truck festival.

The festival will take place in Oxford with Peace, Los Campesinos!, Stornoway, Swim Deep, Andrew WK, Kids In Glass Houses and Itch also confirmed to appear at the Hill Farm event in July.

Band to have played Truck in the past have included Biffy Clyro, Mystery Jets, King Charles, Phil Selway of Radiohead, British Sea Power and The Temper Trap.

Truck 2014 takes place between July 18-19. Tickets are available via the festival's official website now.

The Truck Festival 2014 line-up so far is:

White Lies
The Cribs
Peace
Stornoway
Andrew WK (solo)
Los Campesinos!
Kids in Glass Houses
Swim Deep
Cerebral Ballzy
Itch
Eliza And The Bear
Lonely The Brave
Darlia
Circa Waves
Flyte
Nothing But Thieves
Nordic Giants
Black Moth

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