The first acts for the NME stage at Live At Leeds Festival in May have been revealed.
Taking over Headrow House in Leeds, we’ve got a whole host of names lined up to play the festival on May 5.
Headlining the stage will be London singer-songwriter Bruno Major, who released his debut collection ‘A Song For Every Moon’ last year. Read about the incredible project here.
Joining him will be upcoming British rapper, Denzel Himself alongside electronic producer Zapatilla, Rotterdam-based artist Naaz and more. Check out the full list of names and the poster below.
The Vaccines, The Horrors, Peace, Pale Waves, Pulled Apart By Horses and Ash have already been announced to perform this year, alongside The Vaccines, Idles, Superorganism, Nadine Shah, Rae Morris, Yak and The Xcerts.
Stay tuned to NME.com for more Live at Leeds coverage.