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March 2020
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Queen Zee, W.H. Lung, Alex Lahey and more have joined the bill for Leeds festival, Gold Sounds

They join Fat White Family, The Blinders, Her’s, Pip Blom and more.
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Published: 11:17 am, March 13, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Queen Zee, W.H. Lung, Alex Lahey and more have joined the bill for Leeds festival, Gold Sounds

Queen Zee, W.H. Lung and Alex Lahey (pictured) are among the latest names for Gold Sounds.

The Leeds festival will also host sets from Emerson Snowe, Ohtis, Ellis, Harkin and L.D. Moses, who join Fat White Family, The Blinders, Her’s, Pip Blom, The Beths, Viagra Boys and more.

The day splits are as follows:

Saturday 11th May: The Blinders, Her’s, Pip Blom, Queen Zee, Ellis, Hand Habits, Fehm, Lumer, Lylo, The Nude Party, Ohtis, Pottery, Working Men’s Club

Sunday 12th May: Fat White Family, The Beths, Viagra Boys, W.H. Lung, Alex Lahey, bdrmm, Emerson Snowe, Harkin, Just Mustard, L.D. Moses, Trixie Whitley, Weakened Friends

Now in its fifth year, Gold Sounds takes place from 11th-12th May at the Brudenell Social Club.

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