Ones to Watch at Latitude 2017

إنظر الى هنا Latitude Festival 2017In less than a week, on a beautiful country estate in Suffolk, Latitude Festival 2017 will open its gates to 35,000 people, each eager to set up camp and begin exploring the beautiful grounds that will bestow three days of diverse music. Latitude is highly regarded as being one of the most picturesque festival sites in the UK, thanks in part to its Lake Stage (and I'm pretty sure you can't go river-swimming at Glastonbury). Diverse as the line-up may be, Saturday and Sunday night see two big hitters in the world of folk wrap up proceedings on the Obelisk Stage. 'Gentlemen of the Road' انتقل إلى موقعي Mumford and Sons are sure to bring plenty of country-infused, foot-stomping cheer; elsewhere Fleet Foxes, fresh out of hiatus and with a well-received new album in tow, are sure to mesmerize with their trademark harmonies over delicate, uplifting folk tales. So it's up to معلومات عن تداول الاسهم The 1975 to set the bar and get the party started. Having won Best Live Band at the NME Awards earlier this year, these guys have mastered the art of crossing over indie rock with dance music, clearly making them a great choice for the Friday night headliner. Let's face it: if you don’t come back from a festival with a few hidden gems (and some forgotten classics) in your back pocket, well, you either 'took too much, man' or just aren't a music lover. In that spirit, here are a few acts to look out for at Latitude 2017.

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Marika Hackman


Fresh from her acoustic show at Bristol's Rise Records (and a big favourite at DrunkenWerewolf HQ), تحقق من هذا Marika Hackman plays the Sunrise Stage on Friday. She's been building up a healthy fanbase with her nu-folk musings, crafting modern sounds twisted out of the old, a transformation wonderfully executed across the two albums she has to date. Maneuvering various grooves with her lo-fi charm and psyched-out vocals, she's sure to command a big crowd.




Now, where would we be without the BBC offering a stage or two, showcasing the very brightest stars of tomorrow across a multitude of genres? If you like things a bit more edgy and heavy, Bristol's اذهب هنا IDLES are another one to watch on Friday. Their debut album Brutalism is bursting at the seams with punk attitude and anti-establishment lyrics; just the way punk should be. This isn't a festival renowned for heavy bands, but there are a few others: The Horrors and صفحة The Jesus and Mary Chain are also on Latitude's bill this year.


The Lemon Twigs


الخيارات الثنائية بلوق استراتيجية The Lemon Twigs take daring leaps back in time to explore sounds of the 60s; ever so slightly wrapped in Paul McCartney's side of The Beatles as he sips mushroom tea with انظر هذه Brian Wilson. Formed by brothers Brian and Michael D'Addario, both siblings play an array of instruments in response to the other singing, so you can expect a wealth of musicianship Saturday afternoon on the BBC Stage.



. Kaleo look set to be southern rock's next big thing. Originally from Iceland, they've now set up camp stateside (pun absolutely intended), and impressively sold out their first UK tour earlier in the year. My personal favourite track of 2016, "No Good", has a killer distorted blues riff. In fact, it had to be re-recorded in a hurry to be used on TV show Vinyl, having caught the attention of none other than Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger. If you’re worried about that Sunday morning hangover, fear not, for these boys can also delight with acoustic folk and blues.


Fatboy Slim



If dance music is more your thing, and you’re only going for your beloved folk sweetheart, then if he or she will forgive you, you can see out your weekend out with DJ legend العثور على مزيد من المعلومات Fatboy Slim. Being a 90s kid I’m torn, but figure I should stick with the ethos of the festival, and save my dad-dancing for another time.

With a wealth of music genres spread across six stages, there'll be plenty of musical wonders to explore and plenty of hidden gems to discover. Now, like all excitable festival goers, I must go and check on the weather… again.

Heading to Latitude Festival 2017? Tell us who you fancy from this year's line-up in the comments.


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