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29th November 2017

Peace, Circa Waves + The Horrors lead first names for Live At Leeds

Pale Waves, Blaenavon, Spring King, British Sea Power and many more confirmed

Live At Leeds is set to return on May 5th 2018. Leading the way in 2018 are Peace who are a true revolution, taking 90s soaked guitar-pop to greater heights. Since emerging out of the B-Town scene in Birmingham, 

Peace
Peace

Returning with a bang, Circa Waves are a band born for those moments when thousands sing along and throw themselves into every note. Their second album ‘Different Creatures’ landed earlier this year, laying down their ambitions with a dangerous and powerful collection of tracks that signalled their next step. 

Circa Waves
Circa Waves

Renowned for shape-shifting and reinvention, The Horrors are a band in their prime. Since forming in 2005, their every move has been captivating - jumping from the rawness of debut album ‘Strange House’ to famed classic ‘Primary Colours’ to the panoramic prowess of ‘Skying’ and the bristling pop-climbs of ‘Luminous’, they’re a band that can’t be pinned down. 

Faris Badwan, The Horrors
Faris Badwan, The Horrors

Also confirmed today are: British Sea Power, Anteros, Blaenavon, Lewis Capaldi, Nick J.D. Hodgson, Pale Waves, Sam Fender, Spring King, Tom Walker, Will Heard, Babyteeth, Benny Mails, Billy Lockett, Bloxx, Boy Azooga, Courtyards, Declan J Donovan, Devon, Dream Estate, Dylan Cartlidge, Freya Ridings, George Glew, Grace Carter, Grand Pax, GRDNS, Hey Charlie, Hockey Dad, Holiday Oscar, Knightstown, Maisie Peters, Martha Phillips, Naaz, Nikhil D’Souza, Olympia, ONR, Outsider, Partner, Peakes, Riley Pearce, Ruby Empress, Sam Johnson, Shor, Soham De, Sons Of Raphael, Stereo Honey, Stillia, Suzi Wu, Tamzene, The Lightning Year, The Old Pink House, The Pale White, The Snuts, Tremors, whenyoung, White Room and Wowh.

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