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End of the Road 2020 looked great already, but they’ve just shared a load of exciting new additions

Wrap your eyes around this lot

About six weeks ago End of the Road festival revealed the first wave of performers at this September’s festival. The line-up poster wasn’t so much as dotted with exciting prospects as totally drenched in them, including headliners Pixies, Big Thief, King Krule and Angel Olsen. They’ve got more up their sleeve though. Today (5 March) they’ve confirmed another set of eye-catching confirmations. Like Gwenno and Georgia Ellery (Jockstrap, Black Country, New Road) playing the soundtrack to the film Bait. Makaya McCraven, Sorry, Keeley Forsyth, John and caroline are all enticing prospects, too. Here’s a list of the acts just added:

Songhoy Blues
PVA (photographed above)
Makaya McCraven
Anna Meredith
Blanck Mass
Archie Bronson Outfit
Alice Boman
Sorry
Current Joys
Ahmed Fakroun
Gwenno (performs live score to ‘Bait’)
Keeley Forsyth
Vagabon
William Doyle
Jeffrey Martin
John
Pan Amsterdam
caroline
Disq
Red River Dialect
Drug Store Romeos
Zulu Zulu
Sofia Wolfson
Ian Noe
Norman
Martha Rose
David Thomas Broughton
Chubby & The Gang
Pat T Smith
oldboy
Willy Tea Taylor

It all takes place at the picturesque Larmer Tree Gardens, Dorset between 3-6 September. Tickets are available now.

Check out Loud And Quiet’s coverage from last year or hear festival founder Simon Taffe in conversation on our Music Made Me Do It podcast sharing how he started EOTR from nothing.

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