Field Day, arguably London's premier summer festival, takes place in Victoria Park every year - where it grows in size and popularity, but still maintains it's alternative roots and integrity. This year's festival takes takes place on the weekend of the 11-12th June, and is shaping up to be as big and as diverse as ever.
This year's line-up so far includes a UK exclusive from PJ Harvey, who will bring a close to the weekend on Sunday evening with her political art and superior song-writing. Alongside her back catalogue, Harvey will showcase her ninth studio album 'The Hope Six Demolition Project' (released on April 15th via Island records), which has been rumoured to follow in a similar style to the critically acclaimed and award-winning 'Let England Shake'. This performance is one we've been waiting for for a while; it's not to be missed.
Check out the brand new PJ Harvey track, which was premiered on Steve Lamacq's show on 6 Music. Listen [HERE].
This week, Eat Your Own Ears announced the second wave of acts:
Saturday: Bicep (Live), Frisco, Gillbanks, Girl Band, Gold Panda, Jackmaster b2b Gerd Janson, Kelela, Little Simz, Mabel, Metz, Nao, Novelist, Plastician, Sleaford Mods, Slimzee, Tale Of Us, The Black Madonna, Wooden Wisdom & DJ Fitz, Yeasayer.
Sunday: Blossoms, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Cass McCombs, Daphni, Formation, Mbongwana Star, Moon Duo, Parquet Courts, Tangerines, Tourist plus more to be announced!
See the updated line-up below, with many more acts to be announced including Saturday's headliner.
For more info and to buy tickets head to the Field Day [WEBSITE]