Fat White Family and ¡Forward, Russia! added to Live At Leeds bill

Second wave of artists added to line-up for Yorkshire festival in May

Fat White Family and ¡Forward, Russia! added to Live At Leeds bill

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Fat White Family, George Ezra and ¡Forward, Russia! have been added to the line-up for Live At Leeds 2014 today (March 6).

The annual festival will take place this year between May 2-5 with Bipolar Sunshine, Tennis, The Bug, The Neighbourhood and The Sunshine Underground also included in the latest round of line-up additions.

In January, Pulled Apart By Horses and Albert Hammond Jr were confirmed to appear at this year's festival along with Drenge, Blood Red Shoes, Los Campesinos! Fuck Buttons, Wolf Alice and Yuck who will all feature at venues around Leeds. Blood Red Shoes will play live at The Cockpit on May 2, while Kodaline will headline Leeds Academy on May 4.

Other names to appear on today's line-up announcement today include Big Ups, Dum Dum Girls, Ezra Furman, Pet Moon, Matthew & The Atlas, Pearls Negras, Sundara Karma, Raleigh Ritchie, Woman's Hour plus Years And Years.

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