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Latitude has announced Chvrches, Everything Everything, The Japanese House and loads more top names

Latitude takes place from 18th-21st July in Suffolk.
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Published: 1:00 pm, March 06, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Latitude has announced Chvrches, Everything Everything, The Japanese House and loads more top names

Latitude has announced loads more names for this summer’s festival.

New to the bill are Chvrches, Everything Everything and The Japanese House, as well as The Futureheads, Honeyblood, Aurora, Jenny Lewis, The Twilight Sad, The Magic Gang, The Big Moon, Kero Kero Bonito, Jonathan Wilson, Let’s Eat Grandma, Nilüfer Yanya, The Murder Capital, IDER, Crows, Georgia and more.

George Ezra, Snow Patrol and Lana Del Rey will headline this summer's event, with Underworld performing a special set to close the Obelisk Arena on the Sunday. Latitude takes place from 18th-21st July in Suffolk.

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