Latitude Festival have announced the second wave of acts joining headliners George Ezra, Snow Patrol, and Lana Del Rey at Henham Park, Suffolk, across 18th-21st July 2019. Weekend and day tickets on sale here.
Performing on The Obelisk Arena are Glasgow’s Chvrches who last year released their third top 10 album ‘Love Is Dead’. The emotionally drenched vocals of Lauren Mayberry mixed with big synths make the trio a must see.
Joining them are fellow Scottish band The Futureheads who have returned after seven years away with a new record incoming and backed with such anthems as ‘Hounds Of Love’, and ‘Decent Days And Nights’.
Honeyblood, the Scottish indie rock solo project of guitarist and singer-songwriter Stina Tweeddale, will also perform in The Obelisk Arena, and The Kingdom Choir, the gospel choir who performed at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Lattitude’s BBC Sounds Stage welcomes Saturday night headliners Everything Everything – plus Giants, Aurora, Jenny Lewis, The Twilight Sad, The Magic Gang, The Big Moon, Kero Kero Bonito, Jonathan Wilson, and Let’s Eat Grandma.
Set to headline the Sunrise Arena are psych-pop four-piece Teleman, along with Ray BLK, and The Japanese House.
Rising talent performing at Latitude Festival 2019 includes A Place To Bury Strangers, Beadadoobee, Billy Lockett, Cavetown, Crows, Elder Islands, Foxing,Georgia, Girlpool, IDER, Lazy Day, Lucia, Nilüfer Yanya, No Vacation, Steam Down, The Murder Capital, and The Teskey Brothers.