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Also heading to the festival, which takes place over the weekend of July 2-5, are Placebo, Michael Kiwanuka, Kacey Musgraves, Jorja Smith, Brittany Howard, The Big Moon, Cigarettes After Sex, Big Thief, Jimmy Eat World and others.
The new names join a huge list of acts already announced, including the European return of The Strokes alongside other headliners Kendrick Lamar, Pearl Jam, and System of a Down, with a supporting cast of Twenty One Pilots, Pixies, Beck, Thom Yorke’s Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes and more.
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Last week, Liam Gallagher offered up a surprise acoustic sessions EP based around songs from last year’s ‘Why Me? Why Not?’ LP, his second solo effort.
Haim, meanwhile, are currently working on their upcoming third album, which they spoke to NME about in a recent Big Read feature.
“The mantra of this record is all about being fearless,” they said of the new album. “I feel like there are so many times when there’s that voice in your head going. ‘Be scared, be scared, stop, stop, stop,’ and with this record, we’ve shut that thing off so if one of us is like that, I have two sisters who say, ‘Keep going’.”