They join Tame Impala, The War On Drugs and Sufjan Stevens at the Wiltshire fest
Laura Marling and Mac DeMarco are among the acts who have been added to the line-up for this year’s End Of The Road.
The Wiltshire festival have also added Metz, Low, Slow Club, Nadine Shah to the bill. They will be joined by Kiran Leonard, The Delines, Ryley Walker, Euros Childs, Gulp, Julie Bryne, This Is The Kit, Dolores Haze, Oscar, Human Pyramids, Crushed Beaks, Meilyr Jones, The Vryll Society, Love L.U.V., Miracle Strip and Holy Crutches.
End Of The Road takes place on September 4-6 at Larmer Tree Gardens.
Previously announced acts on the bill include headliners Tame Impala, The War On Drugs and Sufjan Stevens, as well as Future Islands, My Morning Jacket, Django Django, Pond, Fat White Family, Sleaford Mods and Natalie Prass.
The festival will also include a celebration of Heavenly Recordings’ 25th birthday. The label will be curating the Garden Stage on Saturday, bringing with them The Mark Lanegan Band to headline. St Etienne will also perform their 1991 album – and Heavenly’s first ever album – ‘Fox Base Alpha’ in full.
Laura Marling releases ‘Short Movie’, her fifth studio record, this week. She recently revealed that she’s “managed to resist EDM” on the album, adding that the record was inspired by her time in America and her feelings of being “desperately lost in translation”.
The singer-songwriter, who’s been living in LA for two years, wrote her new album in America at the beginning of 2014. Speaking to Uncut, she revealed that the record was based on the fear the country induced in her, including the track ‘Small Poke’, which was written after her experience of Hurricane Sandy in New York and “the horror of being in an enormous metropolis with no power”.