Latitude Festival have announced a number of additions to this year's event with chart-toppers The Feeling, whose brand new album comes out this summer, leading the way.
Joining them on The Word Arena will be Merseyside favourites The Coral, former Throwing Muses singer Kristin Hersh, psychedelic Canadians Black Mountain, electro-rock duo The Big Pink and Danish five-piece The Kissaway Trail.
Texan blues rock-inspired four-piece The Strange Boys have been confirmed for an appearance on the Obelisk Arena (main stage), joining festival headliners Florence And The Machine, Belle and Sebastian and Vampire Weekend.
Meanwhile, the Sunrise Arena has added to its ranks Tokyo Police Club, First Aid Kit, Jesca Hoop, Egyptian Hip Hop, Middle East, Joe Worricker, Delta Maid and The Liberty Vessels, completing the latest batch of confirmed artists.
Other acts already on the Latitude bill include Laura Marling, Frank Turner, The xx, Empire of the Sun, Rodrigo y Gabriela and The National with more new names still to come.
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Latitude Festival 2010 takes place in Henham Park, Suffolk from 15-18 July.
Tickets are on sale now. Weekend tickets are available for £155 and day tickets for £65.
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