Black Kids, reviewed in this week’s NME will be one of the most anticipated new bands at T In The Park this year. Pic: Sonia Melot
Hot Chip will give ‘Made In The Dark’ a full festival outing in Scotland this summer. Head to nme.com/artists/hot-chip for tracks and videos of the band and more.
80,000 festival fans will head to T In The Park to see 180 artists playing across 11 stages. Interpol will no doubt be a highlight. Pic: Andrew Kendall
Following on from their astonishing performance at last night’s Shockwaves NME Awards Show, Justice will bring the rave to T In The Park. Pic Sonia Melot
The Enemy, pictured here at last year’s Jersey Live Festival, will be among the performers at the 15th T In The Park. Pic: Andrew Kendall
The Counting Crows are among the bands announced for T In The Park today, alongside Hot Chip, Aphex Twin, The Charlatans, The Pogues,
Ben Folds, Wombats and Reverend and The Makers. Pic: PA Photos
King Monkey Ian Brown is another awesome act announced for T In The Park this year. Better line up than Glasto? Have your say on the message boards. Pic: PA Photos
Primal Scream are set for their homeland at this summer’s T In The Park, but will they persuade Kevin Shields to ditch his My Bloody Valentine duties for the weekend? Pic: PA Photos
Grammy Award magnet Amy Winehouse will (fingers crossed) be doing her thing at T In The Park this summer. Pic: Andy Willsher
Biffy Clyro will be back on home turf for this year’s T In The Park. Their announcement comes shortly after some triumphant shows supporting Linkin Park at the O2. Pic Sonia Melot
With sets at Glastonbury and Oxegen – as well as support slots for The Rolling Stones – under their belts, The Kooks are masters of crowd-pleasing chaos. Pic: Tom Oxley
Chemical Brothers join The Prodigy in representing the dance end of the T In The Park spectrum. Their music is set to be used for the soundtrack to the film adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s novel ‘Ecstasy: Three Tales of Chemical Romance’ this year. pic: PA Photos
Stereophonics will no doubt use their T In The Park set for some early outings for tracks off last year’s #1 album, ‘Pull The Pin’. Pic: PA Photos
Kings Of Leon are to play T In The Park, having already been confirmed for Oxegen and Glastonbury, where they will headline the Pyramid Stage on June 27. Pic: Jo McCaughey
Kaiser Chiefs will play T In The Park shortly after their stadium show at Leeds’ Elland Road on May 24 and their Isle Of Wight headline show on June 13.
Pic: Danny North
When The Fratellis played T In The Park in their native Scotland last year, NME even spotted people dancing on top of the loos during ‘Chelsea Dagger’.
REM return to T In The Park, where they previously headlined in 2003, and even managed to play ‘Country Feedback’ during the encore as a request for an NME staffer’s girlfriend. Pic: PA Photos
The man that was walking around in giant plastic balls way before Wayne Coyne, Keith Flint, will lead The Prodigy back onto the live stage this summer. Pic: Guy Eppel
T In The Park has announced a stellar line-up today, including The Verve, who are also headlining Glastonbury and Coachella this year. Pic: Andy Willsher