English stalwart Billy Bragg is among the latest names added to the Camden Crawl line-up.
The singer-songwriter is among a slew of additions that includes 80’s indie boys Echo And The Bunnymen and Scottish stars Idlewild.
All, bar Bragg, will appear on the opening day (24 April) of the London bash along with Kitty, Daisy And Lewis, Mumford And Sons and Wire.
Organisers have confirmed that Little Boots, King Creosote and Victorian Goth poppers Ipso Facto will all play the second day (25 April) of the festival.
Camden Crawl 2009 will take place at various venues around Camden, north London from 24-25 April.
Tickets are on sale now at £55 for two days or £32.50 for just one. The festival wristband will give festival-goers entry to all venues, subject to capacity.
Click here to buy Camden Crawl tickets.
Away from the music, organisers are promising poetry, magic, street theatre, comedy, arts and crafts and daytime gigs to compliment the evening's entertainment.
This year organisers have also announced X-Crawl, a alcohol-free version of the festival for 14-18 year olds, which will include performances from Cocknbullkid, Burn Down Rome, My Passion and more.
Click here to see the latest Camden Crawl line-up.