Yeah Yeah Yeahs head up the latest acts announced for this year's Camden Crawl.
The American rockers will be joined by Dundee’s finest The View, The Maccabees and Manchester legends The Fall.
Acid house pioneers 808 State are also set for the London festival as well as Hockey, The Virgins, Dinosaur Pile Up, The Big Pink and Justin Hawkins’ latest band Hot Leg.
Today's confirmations join a bill that already boasts Billy Bragg, Echo And The Bunnymen, King Creosote, Little Boots and many more.
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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.
Away from the music, organisers are promising poetry, magic, street theatre, comedy, arts and crafts and daytime gigs to compliment the evening's entertainment.