Johnny Marr and more added to Truck Festival line-up

Johnny Marr leads the new names added to Truck Festival 2019.

The former Smiths star - who recently released disco-tinged single ‘Armatopia’ - Public Service Broadcasting, The Japanese House and Anteros feature in the latest line-up announcement for the festival held at Hill Farm in Oxfordshire, between July 26 and July 28.

Truck regulars, Public Service Broadcasting said: “This is going to be our third time at Truck Festival and we’re very pleased to be heading back - it’s always been a fun one for us. See you in July!”

Local party starters SWITCH have also announced the line-up for dance tent Palm City, which includes Macky Gee, Notion, Turno, MY NU LENG, Emerald, Ocean Wisdom, K Motionz w/ MC Skibadee and Switch DJ’s.

Plus the This Feeling x Pirate Studios Stage, comprised of Red Rum Club, Saint Agnes, Sugarthief, The Van T's, Black Doldrums, The Estevans, Getrz, The Kicklips, Lacuna Bloome, Latenight Honeymoon, Vida, RATS and Young Garbo. Festival organiser Matt Harrap commented: “We’re incredibly excited to finally share a huge wave of artists to our bumper Truck Festival 2019 line-up!

"Indie royalty Johnny Marr will be making his first trip to Hill Farm, with a setlist full of iconic Smiths’ material and awesome solo work, it is truly amazing to have one of music’s all-time greats to Hill Farm.

"I can’t wait for Public Service Broadcasting to close the Market Stage on Friday night - they’ve always delivered a mind-blowing show and to have them back for the third time this year is going to be awesome!

"As we say every time, the whole team are truly overwhelmed with the response to our line-up so far, with 75% of all Weekend Tickets sold, we really don’t recommend hanging around! It will be the biggest and best Truck ever.”

Wolf Alice, Foals, Two Door Cinema Club, Slaves, Nothing But Thieves, You Me At Six, Don Broco, Idles, Kate Nash, Shame and Lewis Capaldi were among the names previously confirmed for the three-day festival.

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