Field Day London 2014 announces big names

15:33 28 January 2014

SBTRKT has been announced for London Field Day 2014

SBTRKT has been announced for London Field Day 2014

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Field Day London 2014 organisers have confirmed post-punkers The Horrors and post-dubstep artist SBTRKT.

Metronomy to play London Field Day 2014Metronomy to play London Field Day 2014

The two day event will now also host Temples and Aussie psych-rockers Pond and will see the Pixies headlining their only London show of 2014.

Radio 1’s Huw Stephens, Blood Orange and Simian Mobile Disco are also in the latest tranche of confirmed artists.

Other names added to the line-up include Jaguar Ma, Ghostpoet and Temples.

The Victoria Park showcase will host the acts on Saturday June 7, and Sunday June 8.

Saturday will be headlined by Metronomy and will also feature Danny Brown.

Sunday will be headlined by the Pixies and will be played by The Horrors and Temples.

For more information and tickets for the festival click here.

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