The Magic Numbers, Saint Etienne to play Fleetwood Mac album at Truck Festival

Bands join forces to perform 1977 classic 'Rumours'

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The Magic Numbers and Sarah Cracknell of Saint Etienne are set to join forces and recreate Fleetwood Mac's classic 1977 album 'Rumours' in its entirety at next weekend's Truck Festival.

Backed by Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou, plus organisers Robin and Joe Bennett's band The Dreaming Spires and some other special guests from the line-up, the all-star ensemble will bring down the curtain on the Oxfordshire festival's 14th year next Sunday (July 24).

'Rumours' was Fleetwood Mac's 11th album and includes hits such as 'Go Your Own Way' and 'Dreams'. To date it has sold over 40 million copies worldwide.

Truck Festival takes place at Hill Farm, Steventon from July 22-24.

The line-up includes:

Gruff Rhys
Graham Coxon
Saint Etienne
John Grant
Young Knives
Philip Selway
Edwyn Collins
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
The Go! Team
Johnny Flynn
The Duke & the King
Cherry Ghost
Roddy Woomble
Pete And The Pirates
Electric Soft Parade
Admiral Fallow
Caitlin Rose
Chad Valley
Liam Finn
Marques Toliver

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