Latitude Festival returns this weekend to Henham Park, Suffolk taking place from the 13th until 16th July this year. The 1975, Mumford and Sons and Fleet Foxes are set to headlining Latitude this year alongside The Horrors, Mystery Jets, Childhood, Flyte and more who are playing at the festival this year. It’s not just about the headliners though, or the fluorescent sheep though, so here are six bands that you definitely cannot miss at Latitude Festival 2017!
GeoWulf are an duo whose glistening, dreaming tracks feel recognisable, yet have a uniqueness to them. Bursting to life with 2016’s summer tune ‘Saltwater’ and blossoming into something more with their latest track ‘Get You’, the duo have been winning over crowds already this year.
With raucous, dynamic, even industrious live shows, Idles have very much been making a name for themselves this year. The band released their poignant debut album ‘Brutalism‘ earlier this year, and even just by the raw sound exuded by this current post-punk masterpiece, they are definitely a band not to be missed live.
Jangly, lo-fi, indie-pop would be three ways to sum Sunflower Bean up. The New York trio serve up a firmly magical sound which truly comes alive through their live performances. Sunflower Bean released their debut album ‘Human Ceremony’ just last year.
Dutch indie-rock band Klangstof are a new one to us. The band released their debut album ‘Close Eyes To Exit’ last year and are capturing the hearts of many with their melancholic, even sometimes anthemic sound. One of many claims to fame, Klangstof are also the first Dutch band to play Coachella this year.