The Temper Trap to headline Truck Festival 2012 – ticket details

British Sea Power, Guillemots, The Low Anthem also join the Oxfordshire event's bill

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The Temper Trap will headline this summer's Truck Festival.

The Aussie indie-rockers, who will release their self-titled second album on May 21, join the Mystery Jets in headlining the Oxfordshire bash.

Truck Festival will take place on July 20 and 21 at Hill Farm in Steventon, Oxfordshire. Also newly added to the bill are British Sea Power, The Low Anthem, Guillemots, King Charles, Brontide, Little Comets, Three Trapped Tigers and a number of others.

This yeaqr will be Truck Festival's first under new management, after longtime organisers Robin and Joe Bennett stepped aside and the promoters of Derbyshire's Y Not Festival took over running the event.

For information about the event and for full ticket details, visit Thisistruck.com.

To check the availability of Truck Festival tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The line-up for Truck Festival so far is as follows:

Mystery Jets
The Temper Trap
Villagers
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly
65daysofstatic
The Low Anthem
Guillemots
King Charles
Brontide
Little Comets
Three Trapped Tigers
Theme Park
Boat To Row
Johnny Foreigner
Tall Ships
Talons
Gunning For Tamar
My First Tooth, with Vadoinmessico
Federation of The Disco Pimp
Dog Is Dead
Tellison
Yellow Fever
Very Nice Harry
Fine Union


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