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Music at Latitude 2016

Written by · Published Jun 17, 2016

Latitude 2016 excerpt from their official poster

Latitude Festival runs from 14 - 17 July 2016 at Henham Park near Southwold. As ever there is a full programme of music. If you enjoy the music or you want to check out a band in advance why not borrow some of these titles from your local library?

Marks to prove it by Maccabees

Marks to prove it by Maccabees

Indie rock from the rapidly rising Londoners who will soon be performing at a stadium near you.

No no no by Beirut

No no no by Beirut

Front man Zach Condon has an instantly recognisable sound. If you want your fix of rotary valve flugelhorn and the ukulele this is the place to come.

I love you, honeybear by Father John Misty

I love you, honeybear by Father John Misty

Former Fleet Foxes drummer promotes the album widely rated as one of the best of 2015.

Sometimes I sit and think, and sometimes I just sit by Courtney Barnett

Sometimes I sit and think, and sometimes I just sit by Courtney Barnett

Australian indie singer with her widely praised debut album.

Second love by Emmy the Great

Second love by Emmy the Great

Indie pop from the London born singer/journalist.

High Violet by The National

High Violet by The National

One of the headliners for this year. Four of the band's albums were included on NME's 2013 list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

Every open eye by CHVRCHES

Every open eye by Chvrches

Second album by the Scottish synthpop band. Follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut album, The Bones of What You Believe.

Grey tickles, black pressure by John Grant

Grey tickles, black pressure by John Grant

Third album by former Czars frontman John Grant. Widely acclaimed as one of the albums of 2015.

Not to disappear by Daughter

Not to disappear by Daughter

Alt pop band. You will recognise a lot of their music from TV drama soundtracks.

Cradle to the grave by Squeeze

Cradle to the grave by Squeeze

Any new record from Difford and Tilbrook is a treat. This was their first new material for some years.

Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats by Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats

Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats by Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats

Contains popular single S.O.B. You may have seen them already on Later with Jools Holland.

Complete music by New Order

Music complete by New Order

Another of the headliners this year. New Order were one of the most critically acclaimed and influential bands of the 1980s.

Cleopatra by The Lumineers

Cleopatra by The Lumineers

Indie folk which should play well with the festival crowd.

The dreaming room by Laura Mvula

The dreaming room by Laura Mvula

Second album to follow the well received Sing to the Moon.

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Art angels by Grimes

Rising star who will be opening for Florence & the Machine this year.

Are you satisfied? by Slaves

Are you satisfied? by Slaves

Play loud.

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This is your life by Augustines

American indie. Don’t be surprised if the band end up in the audience.

Chaleur humaine by Christine And The Queens

Chaleur humaine by Christine And The Queens

French singer/songwriter. Her work combines music, performance, art videos, drawings and photography.

Long way home by Låpsley

Long way home by Låpsley

One of the acts on the BBC Sound of... 2015 long list. Long way home is her first album.

B'lieve I'm goin' (deep) down... by Kurt Vile

B'lieve I'm goin' (deep) down... by Kurt Vile

Influenced by Pavement, Springsteen and Neil Young. Kurt Vile is a critically acclaimed songwriter.

Beneath the skin by Of Monsters and Men

Beneath the skin by Of Monsters and Men

Icelandic indie folk pop. This is the follow up to their massive hit album My Head Is an Animal, which contained the hit single Little talks.

In Search of Harperfield by Emma Pollock

In Search of Harperfield by Emma Pollock

The third solo outing from the ex-Delgados vocalist, In Search of Harperfield is Emma Pollock's most revealing and adventurous set of songs to date.

Brandon King

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