These New Puritans, Egyptian Hip Hop added to Stag & Dagger festival line-up

Multi-venue event takes place at multiple venues in London and Glasgow

These New Puritans, Egyptian Hip Hop added to Stag & Dagger festival line-up
These New Puritans, Egyptian Hip Hop, Pulled Apart By Horses and Sleigh Bells are among the acts to be added to this May's Stag & Dagger festival.

Other new bands for the May 21-22 event, which takes place at various venues in London and Glasgow, include Othello Woolf, Sinden, Doppelereffekt, Doc Daneeka, Archie Bronson Outfit and Sleigh Bells.

Cate Le Bon, Frankie And The Heartstrings, Summer Camp, Blood Red Shoes, Wilder and Lupen Crook are also confirmed.

The line up for the London leg of Stag & Dagger, so far, is:

Active Child
Alan Pownall
Alexander Nut
Allez Allez
Archie Bronson Outfit
Baby Monster
Banjo or Freakout
Blue Sabbath Black Fiji
Bo Ningen
Bok Bok
The Bug
Bug MCs
Casper C
Cate Le Bon
Charles Hayward
Clock Opera
Cold Pumas
Cooly G
Dam Mantle
Deadboy DJ
Deadly Rhythm Soundsystem
Django Django
Doc Daneeka
Ex Lovers
Filthy Dukes (DJ set)
Flowdan and Daddy Freddy
FM Belfast
Frankie & the Heartstrings
A Grave with No Name
Gyratory System
The Hunter Gracchus
Huw Stevens
Hyponik DJ Squad
Is Tropical
Islington Boys Club
John & Jehn
Lady Chan
Little Death
Lone Lady
Lupen Crook
Mount Kimbie
My Tiger My Timing
Night Control
North Atlantic Oscillation
No Pain in Pop DJs
Othello Woolf
People Under the Stairs
A Place to Bury Strangers
Planet Earth
Pulled Apart by Horses
The Radio Dept.
Robin & Partridge: The Story Club
Rock-A-Rolla magazine DJs
Sexbeat DJs
Sian Alice Group
Skull Juice
Sky Larkin
Snap Crackle & Pop DJs
Still Flyin’
Summer Camp
Swanton Bombs
Sweet Baboo
Team Ghost
Teenagers in Tokyo
Teeth of the Sea
These New Puritans
Thick as Thieves
Trailer Trash Tracys
Timbre Timber
Tweak Bird
Wax Fang
White Hinterland
Wild Palms
Yeti Lane
Young & Lost DJs

The line up for the Glasgow leg of Stag & Dagger, so far, is:

The Antlers
Blood Red Shoes
Chapel Club
Django Django
Egyptian Hip Hop
El Rancho Relaxo
Erland & the Carnival
Esben and the Witch
Frankie & the Heartstrings
Gold Panda
Hot Club
Jesca Hoop
Kid Adrift
Male Bonding
Men and Machines
My Latest Novel
Olympic Swimmers
A Place to bury Strangers
She's Hit
Silver Columns
Sky Larkin
Sleigh Bells
Sparrow and the Workshop
Tazz Buckfaster
Titus Andronicus
Unwinding Hours
We Were Promised Jetpacks
White Hinterland
Wild Beasts
Wilson Tan

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

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