Leeds Festival announce BBC Introducing Stage

This year's line-up for the BBC Introducing Stage at the Leeds Festival has been announced.

This year's line-up for the BBC Introducing Stage at the Leeds Festival has been announced.

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Martin House Centre Stage winners Glassbody will join a host of up and coming bands on the BBC Introducing Stage at this year’s Leeds Festival.

Festival organisers announced the full line-up today.

They will be joined by Attention Thieves; Backyards; Bearfoot Beware; Black Moth; Crooked Tongues; Cut Ribbons; Danica Hunter; Deaf Club; Dear Prudence; Dingus Khan; Empror & Duppy Beatz; Escape To New York; Escapists; The Establishment; Family of the Year; Fish Tank; Glassbody; Hawk Eyes; Hildamay; Ifan Dafydd; Lady Lykez; Marmozets Marsicans; Max Raptor; Mikill Pane; Park Bench Society; Proxies; Rachel Sermanni; RIO; Samoans; Sarah Williams White; Seasfire; Vengeance and the Panther Queen; Wet Nuns; We Walk On Ice and We Were Frontiers.

The three-day festival, held at Bramham Park, will take place over August Bank Holiday.

Foo Fighters, The Cure and Kasabian will headline the Main Stage. Justice, The Maccabees and At The Drive In will appear on the NME Stage.

For more on this year’s festival see this Thursday’s Harrogate Advertiser, Wetherby News, Knaresborough Post, Ripon Gazette and Nidderdale Herald.