More names join Latitude Festival

And there's a new stage

More names join Latitude Festival
The Longcut, Manic Street Preachers star Nicky Wire and Captain are among the acts which have joined the line-up for the new Latitude Festival.

White Rose Movement, Arche Bronson Outfit and I Am Kloot are among the other new names for the bash, which takes place in Southwold, Suffolk between July 14 and 16.

There is also a new stage to be announced called The Lake Stage, which will be compered by BBC presenter Huw Stephens. Among the acts confirmed to play are Get Cape.Wear Cape.Fly, Euros Childs and Marissa Nadler.

As previously reported on NME.COM, the new festival features the likes of Snow Patrol, Mogwai, The Zutons and Antony & The Johnsons, who will make their only UK performance this year.

In addition to the bands, the festival boasts a film and music tent which will show a series of films and documentaries throughout the event, while the Stand-Up Poetry tent includes Patti Smith and Murray Lachlan Young among others. See for more information.

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