VANT, Frightened Rabbit and loads more join the Live at Leeds line up

Childhood, Liv Dawson, Dead Pretties and Shy Luv are also among those confirmed.
VANT and Frightened Rabbit are among the latest bands to sign up for this year’s Live At Leeds, along with Rationale, AJ Tracey, Seafarer, Johnny Lloyd, Childhood, Liv Dawson, Dead Pretties, Shy Luv, Strong Asian Mothers, Dead! and The Age Of Luna.

“So excited to be returning to Live at Leeds for the second time, one of our favourites,” comment VANT. “YORKSHIRE! YORKSHIRE!”

They join the likes of Slaves, Wild Beasts, Rag ’N’ Bone Man, White Lies, Jagwar Ma, Black Honey, Let’s Eat Grandma, The Big Moon, The Magic Gang, The Amazons, Dream Wife, King Nun, Clean Cut Kid, Get Inuit and Fickle Friends.

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

The full list of bands confirmed today is as follows:

Frightened Rabbit, AJ Tracey, Childhood, Ekkah, Rationale, Seafret, VANT, Airways, Alex Francis, Amber Arcades, Annabel Allum, Arc, Carmody, Casy Lowry, Croox, Dead!, Dead Pretties, DUSK, Fletcher Jackson, Francobollo, Gang of Youths, Geowulf, Her, Jagara, JAKL, Jellyskin, Jerry Williams, Joe Fox, Joel Baker, Johnny Lloyd, Jordan Max, Joy Room, KELL, Leo Stannard, Little Hours, Lisbon, Liv Dawson, Mosa Wild, MOSES, Nocturn, October Drift, OUTLYA, Piles of Clothes, Pixey, PLAZA, RedFaces, Roe Green, Rory Butler, Saint PHNX, Sam Brookes, Sam Wilde, Scarlet, Shadowlark, Shy Luv, Siv Jakobsen, Sivu, SLANG, Sonny, Strong Asian Mothers, Tender Central, The Academic, The Age of Luna, The Wandering Hearts, Tom Hickox, Weirds, Wuzi, Wyvern Lingo, Yonaka, Young Native, Zach Said

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

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