The festival is set to make its return with further additions to the line-up and a new retrospective feature
Inspired by “a fascination with abandoned places and Stephen King novels”, Lost Village will be bringing a surreal, sonic experience to Lincolnshire on 24-27 August.
Today (30 March), the festival has announced that Axel Boman will be playing a back-to-back set with Leon Vynehall in an undisclosed location.
Furthermore, Call Super, Loyle Carner, Pedestrian, Klangstog and more will be joining the line-up.
This year, the festival will be staging their new ‘Frequencies Of The Past’ feature – whereby an artist is invited to perform a retrospective set. For their inaugural celebration, Hot Chip will be taking over an abandoned chapel on the Friday night to take festival-goers on a nostalgic journey back through their record collections; and a Prince tribute set will be helmed by Alexis Taylor.
The new additions will be joining the previously announced acts, which include The Black Madonna, Dixon and Moderat.
Read Crack’s review of Call Super’s fabric 92.