Clinic, Future Of The Left, Goldie Lookin’ Chain for Swn Festival

First bands announced for Cardiff multi-venue event

Clinic, Future Of The Left, Goldie Lookin Chain, Pete And The Pirates and The Pipettes are among a slew of bands set to play at the forthcoming Swn Festival in Cardiff.

Dananananaykroyd, James Yuill and former Boo Radleys man Martin Carr are also set to perform at the bash, which takes place over various venues in the Welsh capital on November 14-16.

Music conferences, talks and workshops will take place in Cardiff as part of the bash, which is in its second year.

Fans can buy wristbands that allow them entry to all the gigs that comprise the festival. Cash entry to specific gigs will be available, but priority will be given to wristband holders.

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The line-up for the Swn Festival so far is:

James Yuill

The Pipettes

Stephen Fretwell

The Chapman Family

Martin Carr

The Boy Least Likely To

Rolo Tomassi




Indian Jewelery


Agaskodo Televerek

The Lovely Eggs

Serefina Steer

Pete And The Pirates

The Big Pink

It Hugs Back

Jay Jay Pistolet

Peggy Sue



The New Tea Party

Legowelt (DJ set)

Heavenly Records DJs

Young Marble Giants

Genod Droog (last ever show)

High Contrast

Goldie Lookin Chain

Euros Childs

Future Of The Left

Truckers Of Husk

The Joy Formidable

Jamie And The Lionhearts


Sweet Baboo


The Last Republic

Rod Thomas

Gwyneth Glyn


Huw MM

The Afternoons

Fred Jones

Eilir Pierce



Picture Books In Winter


The Ash And The Oak

Butterflies With Beards

Friends Electric

Random Elbow Pain

Right Hand Left Hand

Little Eris

Radio Luxembourg

Lifting Gear Engineer

Pagan Wanderer Lu

Hemme Fatale


Georgia Ruth Williams

Alex Dingley

Little My

The Muscle Club

Pixel H8


The School

JT Mouse

Valley Lines, Orcop

The Hidden Persuader

Frederick Stanley Star

Attack + Defend

Nia Morgan

Lindsey Leven

Acid Casuals (DJ set)

Dig! with B-Music DJs Carl Forecast and Huw Evans

To check the availability of Swn tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.