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August 2019
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Oh look, The 1975 and Mumford & Sons have been announced for Latitude

The two acts will headline alongside Fleet Foxes.
Published: 7:00 am, March 01, 2017
Oh look, The 1975 and Mumford & Sons have been announced for Latitude
In news that will be of no surprise to anyone thanks to yesterday’s teasing, The 1975 and Mumford and Sons have been announced for Latitude alongside third headliner, Fleet Foxes.

Also on the bill are The Horrors, Glass Animals, Lucy Rose, The Japanese House, Loyle Carner, The Lemon Twigs, Declan Mckenna, Formation, Temples, Sunflower Bean, Palace, Honeyblood, Sigrid, Pixx, King Nun and loads more.

Latitude will take place from 13th-16th July at Henham Park in Southward, Suffolk.

The full line up - so far - reads:

The 1975, Mumford and Sons, Fleet Foxes, Goldfrapp, The Horrors, Glass Animals, Lucy Rose, Tinariwen, The Japanese House, John Cale, The Divine Comedy, Ward Thomas, Grandaddy, Baaba Maal, Baloji, Mavis Staples, The Very Best, Placebo, Fatboy Slim, Ride, Loyle Carner, Jack Garratt, Sohn, Maggie Rogers, The Lemon Twigs, Mount Kimbie, The Head And The Heart, Tom Grennan, Her, Lisa Hannigan, Declan Mckenna, Sylvan Esso, Karen Elson, Julia Jacklin, Kaleo, The Radio Dept., Formation, Ibibio Sound Machine, A Blaze Of Feather, Beak>, Kevin Morby, Dave, Joe Goddard, Temples, Sunflower Bean, Lubomyr Melnyk, Margaret Glaspy, Esben And The Witch, All We Are, Palace, Max Cooper, Goat Girl, Kadhja Bonet, Áine Cahill, Honeyblood, Twin Peaks, Yorkshire Thorne Khan, Sigrid, Seramic, Jorja Smith, Pixx, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, King Nun, Youngr, Lea Porcelain, Mosa Wild, Joe Fox

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Feature

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The new issue of Dork, featuring Sam Fender is out now!
New issue

The new issue of Dork, featuring Sam Fender is out now!

We've been 'oop North' with our mate Sam for our brand new issue.
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