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Band of Skulls, Black Honey, Yonaka and more have joined the bill for 2Q

2Q will take place on 9th November.
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Published: 10:42 am, September 09, 2019
Band of Skulls, Black Honey, Yonaka and more have joined the bill for 2Q

Band of Skulls, Black Honey, Yonaka and more have joined the bill for Lincoln festival, 2Q.

The trio of bands are leading the second wave of additions, which also features Demob Happy, Marsicans, Fatherson, Milk Teeth, Crows, Hotel Lux, Kagoule and more.

Marsicans' James Newbigging comments: “Lincoln has a special place in our heart. We wandered up to the cathedral last time, stopped off for some traditional sweets, it was delightful. The Engine Shed is almost a home away from homes for us, and Redders and the whole crew there are like lovely cousins we get extremely excited to see.”

2Q will take place on 9th November. Mystery Jets, The Futureheads, Jaws, Spector, and VANT will also play.

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