Turin Brakes and Charlie Simpson also confirmed
Harvest at Jimmy's add three more acts - first up, indie legends The Divine Comedy. Song master Neil Hannon will be showcasing his solo act at Harvest. A lyrical genius, wonderfully kitsch and totally unique, he has been delighting audiences with his intensely individualistic, self-styled ‘chamber pop’ for more than two decades - expect all the cheeky classics; ‘National Express’, ‘Becoming More Like Alfie’, ‘Generation Sex’ and ‘Something For The Weekend’.
Next addition, Brit and Mercury nominated Turin Brakes. The modern folk duo have earned their reputation as heartfelt songsmiths and they’ve a wealth of songs to draw upon to make a handholding festival moment or two. Truly dreamy.
Last but certainly not least, Harvest is joined by local Woodbridge boy Charlie Simpson, who will be showcasing his new acoustic album (whilst he’s taking a break from his critically acclaimed band Fightstar). Charlie’s new solo songs are miles away from the over-polished punk pop that Busted were was once known for – expect tender, raw, beautiful tunes with shot of summer running through them.
Harvest at Jimmy's - 10-11th Sep 2011 - Jimmy's Farm, Ipswich, Suffolk