NEWS:  new names added to Field Day 2016 Sunday line up

NEWS: new names added to Field Day 2016 Sunday line up

Location: Victoria Park, London
Dates: 11th – 12th June 2016

Field Day is delighted to reveal the new line-up additions joining headliner PJ Harvey, and previously announced artists including Beach House, Daphni, GOAT, John Grant and Thurston Moore Band on Sunday 12th June.

French outfit Air, best known for their 1998 UK platinum debut Moon Safari, will treat fans to a special set of their classics, demonstrating their seminal signature sound this Field Day Sunday. Joining Air will be the hugely successful Australian rock band The Temper Trap, who will be showcasing their new material at the festival.

Mystery Jets have been around for over a decade but their music is still as fresh and exciting as it was right at the start, which makes them another perfect Field Day band. New York singer-songwriter and filmmaker Adam Green will be performing tracks from his latest hyper-sensory, poetic and humorously subversive Aladdin.

Armed with a new album Songs For Our Mothers Fat White Family are a formidable political performance force and easily one of the top UK live bands. Another artist who won’t stand for bullshit is Steve Mason, who is back in action with a new album Meet The Humans bringing together dance, pop, folk, dub, and deep house influences.

Other new names on the Sunday bill are Brooklyn-dwelling singer-producer Empress Of, experimental Finnish accordionist Kimmo Pohjonen Skin, D.D. Dumbo and Mind Enterprises.

For tickets and further line up information visit Field Day website.

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