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Iceland Airwaves have just gone and added 40 acts to their 2017 festival

IDER, GusGus, Pinegrove will all be there

The line-up poster for Iceland Airwaves festival just got a whole lot busier.

Today (10 August), they’ve just revealed 40 names who will be there in November. They include: IDER, Pinegrove, Pale Honey, GusGus and Fazerdaze. There’s a whole load of exciting-sounding Icelandic artists, too.

Lost Horizons, the project featuring Simon Raymonde of Cocteau Twins and Bella Union, will also perform.

The festival, now in its 18th year, has already announced artists like Benjamin Clementine, Kelly Lee Owens, Sigrid, Fleet Foxes and Aldous Harding.

We’re not going to list them all here, go to the Iceland Airwaves website, have a goggle, then buy a ticket.

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