The Horrors, Twang, Noisettes to play T In The Park

Plus Temper Trap, Tommy Reilly added to the line-up

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The Horrors, The Twang, Noisettes and The Temper Trap have been added to the line-up of the T In The Park festival for 2009.

Tommy Reilly and Will + The People have also joined the bill for the event, which is set to take place on July 10-12 near Kinross in Scotland and will be headlined by Kings Of Leon, The Killers, Blur and Snow Patrol.

The T In The Park line-up so far is:

2 Many DJs
The Airborne Toxic Event
Bjorn Again
Bloc Party
Boys Noize
Claude Vonstroke
Dave Clarke
Eagles Of Death Metal
Felix Da Housecat
Florence And The Machine
Franz Ferdinand
Friendly Fires
Calvin Harris
Crystal Castles
Daniel Merriweather
Edwyn Collins
Fight Like Apes
Frank Turner
Jamie T
La Roux
Little Boots
Priscilla Ahn
Regina Spektor
The Courteeners
The Dykeenies
The Hours
The Virgins
Twin Atlantic
The Game
Gary Go
The Gaslight Anthem
Green Velvet
James Morrison
Jane's Addiction
Jason Mraz
Jeff Mills
Katy Perry
The Killers
Kings Of Leon
Lady GaGa
Laurent Garnier
Lily Allen
Manic Street Preachers
The Mars Volta
Maximo Park
Mr Scruff
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds
Nine Inch Hails
Of Montreal
Paolo Nutini
Passion Pit
Pet Shop Boys
Peter Doherty
Tommy Reilly
The Saturdays
The Script
Seasick Steve
Simian Mobile Disco (live)
Silicone Soul
Snow Patrol
The Specials
The Horrors
The Streets
The Temper Trap
The Ting Tings
The Twang
TV On The Radio
The View
White Lies
Will + The People
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
You Me At Six

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