Kam-Bu, IDER, Léa Sen and more have also been announced for the all-day event, which takes place at Hackney venue EartH this Sunday (17 October).
Taking place at Hackney multi-arts space EartH, Sunday’s event will include a day of free-to-attend discussion on how the UK music industry can better respond to the climate emergency, followed by an evening of live music.
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A slew of special guests have been unveiled, with local rising star Kam-Bu, recent Joy Orbison collaborator Léa Sen, and IDER among the new names announced for the show. They’ll join Black Country, New Road – who announced their second album, Ants From Up There, yesterday – for a one-off performance “based around an improvisation game of the band’s design”. PVA, David Wrench, Ethan P Flynn and Max Winter will also take the stage alongside Black Country, New Road.
Elsewhere, Goat Girl will DJ the event, while Jessica Winter take on the role of compère.