Live at Leeds announces 75+ new bands, inc. Dream Wife, Rag ’N’ Bone Man and Fickle Friends

So many good bands.
Live at Leeds has confirmed a whopping 75 new names, including Dork faves Dream Wife, King Nun, Get Inuit and Fickle Friends.

BRITS Critics Choice winner Rag ’N’ Bone Man leads the new batch of acts, alongside Nothing But Thieves, Honeyblood, Temples, The Moonlandingz, Clean Cut Kid, Trudy & The Romance, Eat Fast, Fish and plenty more.

They join the likes of Slaves, Wild Beasts, White Lies, Jagwar Ma, Black Honey, Let’s Eat Grandma, The Big Moon, The Magic Gang and The Amazons.

Future Islands will also be playing a very special Live At Leeds: Welcome Party the day before, on 28th April at Leeds University Stylus.

There are loads more names still to be announced for the event, which takes place on Saturday 29th April. Tickets are on sale now from

The full list of new additions is as follows:

Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, Nothing But Thieves, DMA’s, Honeyblood, The Hunna, Temples, Fickle Friends, Gabrielle Aplin, Clean Cut Kid, The Moonlandingz, Dream Wife, Get Inuit, Tom Grennan, HMLTD, Eat Fast, Kojey Radical, She Drew The Gun, Ider, Fish, Trudy & The Romance, Idles, LIFE, King Nun, Pale Waves, Jake Isaac, Lewis Watson, Aine Cahill, Be Charlotte, Off Bloom, Tender, Artificial Pleasure, Otzeki, Xamvolo, Matt Maltese, Chinah, Plastic Mermaids, Tom Walker, Connie Constance, Adrian Coker, Anna Straker, Atlas Wynd, Bad Nerves, Banfi, Bryde, Club Drive, Easylife, Fazerdaze, Husky Loops, Indigo Husk, Jordan Allen, Jordan Mackampa, Joy Crookes, Judas, Kovic, Kyko, Laurel, Lea Porcelain, Marthagunn, Paris Youth Foundation, Puma Blues, Rory Wynne, Ten Tonnes, The Orielles, 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

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