Motion Picture Soundtrack and Wot Gorilla are among the acts confirmed for the BBC Introducing Stage at this year's Reading and Leeds Festivals.
Amy's Ghost, Arcs And Trauma, Blacklisters, Club Smith, End Of Level Baddie, Exit International, G.A.N.G. and Gallops will also be given the chance to cut their teeth at a festival alongside Kverlertak, Lady Fortune, Lafaro and Little Fish.
Continuing alphabetically, Love Ends Disaster, Midi Midis, Motion Picture Soundtrack, Mr Fogg, My Forever, Nerves and Our Fold have been announced along with Peers, Penguin, Reaper In Sicily, Redtrack and Rotating Leslie.
Runaround Kids, Shockparade, Sketches, Soul Circus, Stagecoach, The Brilliant Things, The Invasion Of, The Law, The Mighty Stef, We’re Only Afraid Of NYC and Wilder have also been given picked by the Beeb’s tastemakers.
Organisers have also announced the return of the Dance To The Radio Stage for Leeds Festival on the Thursday (26 August) night.
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly., Chickenhawk, Bear In Heaven, Spectrals and The Neat will provide the warm up entertainment before the festival kicks off on the Friday (27 August).
Guns n’ Roses, Arcade Fire and Blink 182 will headline the festivals this year with support from Weezer, the return of The Libertines, Queens Of The Stone Age, Dizzee Rascal and many more.
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Reading Festival 2010 will take place at St John’s Farm, Reading and Leeds Festival 2010 is set to be housed at Branham Park, Yorkshire. Both will take place from 27-29 August.