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Here are the first names for Live At Leeds 2019, including Sundara Karma and Metronomy

The all-dayer takes place on 4th May at various venues across Leeds.
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Published: 6:00 pm, October 30, 2018Words: Sam Taylor. Photos: Amber Pollack.
Here are the first names for Live At Leeds 2019, including Sundara Karma and Metronomy

Live At Leeds returns in 2019 for another day of top bands, and the first few names are out.

The spring all-dayer will host headline sets from Sundara Karma, Metronomy and Tom Grennan, alongside the likes of Swim Deep, Dream Wife, Black Honey, Sports Team, Goat Girl, Gengahr, Marsicans, Easy Life, Gently Tender, Thyla, Another Sky, Swimming Girls, Fuzzy Sun, Zuzu, Saltwater Sun, Heavy Lungs, Squid and more.

Saltwater Sun comment: “Hi! We’re Saltwater Sun and we are all fired up for our initiation into the Live at Leeds Club 2019! Heard nothing but good things about this festival and having only ventured to Leeds once so far, we’re understandably super excited to play for some people who haven’t seen us. As for our set, expect loud, high energy bops from start to finish. Bring your dancing shoes; we’ll do the rest.”

The main event takes place on 4th May at various venues across Leeds. Visit liveatleeds.com for all the info, and stay tuned for more news soon.

Here are the first names for Live At Leeds 2019, including Sundara Karma and Metronomy

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