Chvrches, The Japanese House and more added to Latitude Festival 2019 line-up

33 new artists have joined the bill

Latitude Festival have added more names to their 2019 line-up – with Chvrches, The Japanese House, and The Futureheads leading the new announcement.

The Suffolk festival takes place from 18-21 July and will welcome headline performances from George EzraSnow Patrol and Lana Del Rey. The likes of Loyle Carner, Sigrid, Tom Grennan and Cat Power will also play at the Henham Park site.

Earlier today (March 6), a second batch of artists were unveiled for the event’s 14th edition.

Scottish synth-pop trio Chvrches, who recently toured the UK in support of latest album ‘Love Is Dead‘, will take to the festival’s Obelisk Arena stage. After releasing her critically-acclaimed debut LP ‘Good At Falling‘ last week (March 8), it has also been confirmed that Amber Bain – aka The Japanese House – will perform.

Other newly-announced acts include The Futureheads, Honeyblood, Teleman, Everything Everything, The Twilight Sad and more. See the update and full list of new names below.

CHVRCHES
THE FUTUREHEADS
HONEYBLOOD
THE KINGDOM CHOIR
TELEMAN
RAY BLK
THE JAPANESE HOUSE
EVERYTHING EVERYTHING
AURORA
JENNY LEWIS
THE TWILIGHT SAD
THE MAGIC GANG
THE BIG MOON
KERO KERO BONITO
JONATHAN WILSON
LET’S EAT GRANDMA
A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS
BEADADOOBEE
BILLY LOCKETT
CAVETOWN
CROWS
ELDER ISLANDS
FOXING
GEORGIA
GIRLPOOL
IDER
LAZY DAY
LUCIA
NILÜFER YANYA
NO VACATION
STEAM DOWN
THE MURDER CAPITAL
THE TESKEY BROTHERS

Speaking of being announced as a headliner for Latitude in January, George Ezra said: “It’s no secret that I’m a big Latitude fan. I’ve been to the festival numerous times as a performer and punter, so to be coming back in 2019 as a headliner – five years after my last performance – is a real treat.

“The reception to my second album Staying At Tamara’s has been beyond my wildest dreams and I can’t wait to rock up in Suffolk to play the songs for everyone. See you there!”

Meanwhile, new additions Chvrches recently teamed up with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra to “bring together the worlds of synth pop and classical music”.

During a special broadcast to kick-off BBC Scotland’s new channel, the band performed ‘Miracle’ set to “living portraits of people and images from across the country”.