The Horrors, Temples and Courtney Barnett added to Field Day 2014

Blood Orange, Pond and Jagwar Ma also added to line-up

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The Horrors lead the latest list of names to be added to the line-up for this year's Field Day festival.

The band, who are expected to release a new album this year, will perform at the London festival on June 8. Temples, who put out their debut album 'Sun Structures' in February, have also been added to Sunday's bill and will be joined by other new additions Pond. Pixies had previously been confirmed to close out the festival on its final day.

A whole raft of new names have also been added to the line-up for the June 7 bill of Field Day. Courtney Barnett, Blood Orange, Fat White Family and Jagwar Ma have all been confirmed to play, as have SBTRKT, Simian Mobile Disco and Ghostpoet .

Other new names include Erol Alkan and Daniel Avery, East India Youth and a DJ set from Tim Burgess, who join previously announced headliners Metronomy and the likes of Sky Ferreira, Warpaint and Danny Brown. For the full line-up and more details, see Fielddayfestivals.com.

To check the availability of Field Day tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

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