Check out the line-up for Benicassim 2019

Fancy a trip to Spain?

Benicassim have announced the first major wave of acts for their 2019 festival.

Headlining at the 25th anniversary of the Spanish bash will be Kings Of Leon and Lana Del Rey, while The 1975, Franz Ferdinand, George Ezra, Jess Glynne and Blossoms also have high billings.

This comes after Kings Of Leon topped the bill at Reading & Leeds last summer off the back of 2016’s ‘Walls‘, while Lana Del Rey is set for a busy summer following her upcoming anticipated new album ‘Norman Fucking Rockwell‘.

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Check out the full line-up so far below.

Benicassim 2019

Benicassim takes place from July 18-21 on the Costa del Azahar in Spain. Visit here for tickets and more information.

Meanwhile, Lana Del Rey recently appeared alongside Jared Leto, Courtney Love and a whole lot of tigers in a new advert for Gucci.

Del Rey has recently continued to preview her upcoming new album ‘Norman Fucking Rockwell’ with a fresh video clip of the track ‘Happiness Is A Butterfly’ and the song ‘hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me…but I have it’.

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Two more singles from ‘Norman Fucking Rockwell’ have also emerged since the album was first announced: ‘Venice Bitch’ and ‘Mariners Apartment Complex’.

Del Rey has confirmed that the album is finished – and she also intends to publish a book of poetry in the near future.

“I think I’m just going to self-publish it and put it out beforehand,” she said. “It’s kind of random. Which is kind of another one of those things I just want out there just for me.”

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