Bondax, Catfish and the Bottlemen and more for Latitude



Latitude has revealed more names for the Lake Stage curated by Huw Stevens.

Making a grand entrance this year is the hit electronic duo Bondax and Welsh indie rockers Catfish and the Bottlemen. Also on The Lake Stage will be Cate Le Bon with her haunting vocals, the minimalist and dreamlike Sumie, electronic downer-pop songsmith Oliver Wilde and the hip-hop and 90’s influenced sounds of Only Real.

Making their Latitude debuts are South East garage punk duo Slaves and Liverpudlian up-beat garage-rockers Circa Waves. They will be joined by North Dakota-based band Gengahr, Manchester band Spring King, and The Guardian’s New band of The Day Woman’s Hour.

The Lake Stage will be showcasing a plethora of emerging talent this year with performances from the super talented 16 year-old from Derry, SOAK, the eclectic Elli Ingram, soul house and gospel singer, Moko and London resident from New York, Norma Jean Martine.

Also confirmed today across the arts arenas are Simon Amstell for the Comedy tent plus Soho Theatre, Meow Meow, Tony Law and Kyle Kinane for the Cabaret Arena. Joining the Literary Arena line-up will be Evelyn and Mok Rhys James and  Beardyman, Neil Cowley, Trio and White Mink have all been added to the The Film & Music Arena bill.

The Waterfront Stage will host Atomos, the newest full-length work by cutting-edge contemporary choreographer Wayne McGregor and Local dance company Dance East will bring its excellent dance experience to Pandora’s Playground.

Joining the bill in the Theatre Arena is Carl Grose’s and Told By An Idiot’s production of Never Try This At Home and The Almeida Theatre presents Last Words You’ll Hear, a new piece of theatre devised by the Young Friends of the Almeida, under the direction of Whitney Mosery.

Winner of Line-Up of the Year at the UK Festival Awards, Latitude returns for its ninth edition, taking place from Thursday 17th to Sunday 20th July 2014 in the stunning grounds of Henham Park, Suffolk with headline performances from Two Door Cinema ClubDamon Albarn and The Black Keys. Weekend adult tickets are priced at £187.50, accompanied Teen Tickets (13-15 years) cost £132.50 and weekend Child Tickets (5-12 years) are just £8.00.

For more information and tickets, see our Latitude Guide.