Second wave of artists revealed for Live At Leeds 2019

Live at Leeds 2019

Live at Leeds 2019 has revealed the second wave of artists set to perform at what is shaping up to be a huge event in May.

The likes of Black Honey, Sundara Karma, Tom Grennan, Metronomy, Zuzu, and Goat Girl were previously announced for the Leeds city centre festival.

Now, a second wave of artists has been added with WhenYoung, The Slower Readers Club, Indoor Pets, Kate Tempest, Sophie and the Giants, and Drenge amongst a host of new acts confirmed.

Who has been added to the Live At Leeds 2019 lineup?

New additions to the Live at Leeds 2019 lineup are:

Drenge | Kate Tempest | Sam Fender | The Sherlocks | Confidence Man | VANT | The Academic | The Slow Readers Club | Elder Island | Mini Mansions | Skinny Living | whenyoung

Apre | Bloxx | Cavetown | C Duncan | Indoor Pets | Fatherson | Larkins | Redfaces | The Snuts



404 | AK Patterson | Alex Francis | Altopalo | Average Joe | Bessie Turner | Body Type | Brand New Friend | Brunswick | Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard | Childcare | Cruel World | Curb | Dan D’Lion | Dayo Bello | DBoy | Death By Unga Bunga | Declan Welsh And The Decadent West | Delilah Montagu | Ed The Dog | Eve Belle | Everyone You Know | Ferris & Sylvester | Foxe | Fur | Heavy Rapids | Hot Milk | Hotel Lux | In Your Prime | Jake Germain | James Gillespie | Jesse Jo Stark | John Buckley | Jvck James | Kojaque | Kwassa | Le Boom | Lice | Lion | Lowly | Luvia | Max Rad | Millie Turner | Odina | Patawawa | Pizzagirl | Rachel Chinouriri | Ruston Kelly | Ruthane | Sam Tompkins | Sea Legs | Shadowlark | Sinead Campbell | Sophie And The Giants | Spielbergs | Spinn | Swimming Tapes | Talkboyy | Tamzene | Tertia May | The Collier | The Golden Age Of TV | The Hubbards | These New South Wales | Tranqua Lite | VC Pines | WOOZE

Speaking about the festival, lead singer Aaron Starkie of The Slow Readers Club commented, “It’s great to be announced as part of a festival known for being ahead of the curve with new music. It’s a great lineup this year, and this will be our first time playing the festival, can’t wait.”

Clearly happy with the lineup for Live at Leeds 2019, Festival Director Andy Smith commented, “This year’s Live at Leeds line up is one of our most eclectic to date, and we’re really proud of how it’s shaping up. We have been trying to get Kate Tempest for years so I’m pleased that it has finally happened. It’s fantastic to see Drenge returning with a new album in time for this year’s festival and I can’t wait to see Confidence Man live again.

“Sam Fender is an artist we’ve been supporting for a while, we booked him for our One’s to Watch events last year, so it’s great to have him back at the festival having recently been crowned Brits Critics Choice, we think he’s going to have a huge 2019.

“Live at Leeds has always supported guitar music, and this year is no different with a huge representation of young British talent, including The Sherlocks, whenyoung, The Academic, Larkins and The Slow Readers Club.



“Emerging talent is at the centre of everything we do, so also happy to be adding hotly tipped new acts such as Bloxx, Indoor Pets, the brilliantly named Death By Unga Bunga and Kojaque.

“Still some more to be announced and as usual one or two surprise performances, we can’t wait for May when the summer starts.”

When does Live At Leeds take place?

Live At Leeds takes place on 4 May 2019 in Leeds City Centre.  The event is part of Leeds International Festival 2019.

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