Summer, sunset, sheep.

Summer, sunset, sheep.

Glaswegian pop-rockers Texas, as well singer-songwriter King Charles and up-and-coming folksters Port Isla, are to join the bill at this year’s Latitude Festival in Suffolk.

Port Isla will be playing alongside acts as diverse as Veronica Falls, The 1975, Sam Smith and Bo Ningen on the Lake Stage while Texas and King Charles will be joining Villagers, Beach House and Mercury Prize winners Alt-J on the BBC Radio 6 Music Stage.

Meanwhile, comedians Shappi Khorsandi, Carl Donnelly and Andrew O’Neill will be joining the likes of Eddie Izzard, Sean Lock and Daniel Kitson at the Comedy Stage, with a line-up so varied and extensive it nearly equals that of the music.

And if that wasn’t quite enough, there are some great new additions to the film, literary and spoken word stages, including appearances from AC Grayling, John Cooper Clarke and director Ben Wheatley.

Latitude 2013 takes place from 18th-21st July.

For the full line-up, ticket details and other info visit

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Will is a Creative Writing graduate with no discernible future. He enjoys rootling around the internet for obscure psych-rock and shoegaze, going to gigs and not much else. You can follow him on Twitter @iamwilldix.


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