Dry The River and Thurston Moore will also play Leeds as part of four-day festival
Dry The River, Thurston Moore and Emmy The Great will also deliver sets at the four-day bash, which takes place at various venues across Leeds city centre from May 1-4.
Other acts just announced include Slaves, Stormzy, Gaz Coombes, George The Poet, Hookworms, Lawson, MNEK, Spector, Tobias Jesso Jr, Telegram, Joanna Gruesome and Childhood, among others.
Live At Leeds festival is now in its eighth year and aims to feature a mix of local talent and nationally-known names. The festival was crowned the Best Metropolitan Festival at last year’s UK Festival Awards.
General admission tickets for the Saturday (May 2) of this year’s festival, which includes sets by Carl Barat & The Jackals, Swim Deep and Eagulls are on sale now priced at £27.50.
Last week, Carl Barat & The Jackals also announced a one-off show at the Scala in London on April 15. The date follows a series of European and US dates, including shows at other festivals such as South By Southwest in Austin, Texas, in March.
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