Metronomy, London Grammar and more announced for Wilderness Festival

The fourth edition of the festival takes place in Oxfordshire in August

The line-up for Wilderness Festival, which takes place from August 7 to 10 at Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire, has been announced.

Metronomy, Burt Bacharach, London Grammar, Jessie Ware with the Wilderness Orchestra, Sam Smith, Connan Mockasin, Gregory Porter, Submotion Orchestra, Mount Kimbie and Soak are all due to perform.

Returning for its fourth year, Wilderness Festival also features DJ sets from Greg Wilson, Futureboogie, Horse Meat Disco and Zero 7 plus themed parties, processions and fire shows. The arts programme includes talks, debates and theatre, including a performance of As You Like It by the Oxford Shakespeare Company. Outdoor pursuits include a spa, yoga classes, fishing, swimming, foraging, archery and more.

Metronomy last week unveiled the video for new single ‘Love Letters’. The promo has been directed by Michel Gondry, and can be viewed above. Gondry has previously worked with artists such as Daft Punk, The White Stripes, Radiohead and Beck. The song is taken from the band’s new album of the same name, which is set for release on March 10. A behind the scenes picture of the band working with Gondry is below.

Behind The Scenes At Metronomy’s Michel Gondry-Directed Video Shoot

Weekend tickets for Wilderness Festival priced at £143.50 plus booking fee are available now.

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