Honeyblood and more announced for Live at Leeds

Honeyblood are among the new names announced for Live at Leeds festival.

Joining Wild Beasts, The Big Moon and Let’s Eat Grandma on the lineup, the Scottish duo will play the event which takes place across various venues in Leeds on 24 April.

Over the years, the one-day event has gained a reputation for showcasing the best new talent in the country.

The new names in full: Rag N Bone Man, Nothing But Thieves, The Hunna, Dmas, Gabrielle Aplin, Temples, Clean Cut Kid, The Moonlandingz, Honeyblood, Fickle Friends, Jake Issac, Lewis Watson, She Drew The Gun, Dream Wife, Tom Grennan, Aine Cahill, Be Charlotte, Ider, Idles,otzeki, Pale Waves, Hmlttd, Get Inuit, Off Bloom, Tender, Tom Walker, Xamvolo, Plastic Mermaids, Adian Coker, Anna Straker, Artificial Pleasure, Atlas Wynd, Bad Nerves, Banfi, Bryde, Chinah, Club Drive, Connie Contstance, Easylife, Eat Fast, Fazerdaze, Fish, Husky Loops, Indigo Husk, Jordan Allen, Jordan Mackampa, Joy Crookes, Judas. King Nun, Kojey Radical, Kovic, Kyko, Laurel, Lea Porcelain, Life, Marthagunn, Matt Maltese, Paris Youth Foundation, Puma Blue, Rory Wynne, Ten Tonnes, The Orielles, Trudy & The Romance, White Kite, Yellow Days, Cerys Selvey, Jade Bird, Chest Pains, Dead Naked Hippies, Faux Pas, Fling, Furr, Heir, The Gallery, The Golden Age Of Tv, The Tiny Minds, Treeboy & Arc.

Find the full lineup and ticket information here.

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