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Latitude 2014: Lake Stage acts revealed including Horse Party, Daisy Victoria and Mirror Signal!

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Latitude 2014: Lake Stage acts revealed including Horse Party, Daisy Victoria and Mirror Signal!

Latitude festival, winner of Best Line-up at last year’s UK Festival Awards, returns for its ninth edition this July in the spectacular setting of Henham Park in Suffolk.

Latitude has developed a track record over the years of launching artists into the public domain with names including Sam Smith, The 1975, Clean Bandit and more. This year has the potential to be no different.

Today, festival organisers revealed the Lake Stage will be curated by none other than DJ and broadcaster Huw Stephens. Be sure to check it out if you’re up for seeing headliners of the future and broadening your musical vocabulary.

The Lake Stage is a launch pad for emerging young talent, with 17 year-old SOAK from Ireland labelled as one to watch by the Guardian.

Other artists to check out on the Lake Stage include the unbelievably talented Luke Sital-Singh (if you’re into the likes of Bon Iver, Luke will definitely float your boat), Catfish and the Bottlemen, whose indie rock will surely be gracing Radio 1 on a regular basis soon, alongside Cate Le Bon (returning from her inspiring performance in 2012) and Sumie, whose music is a minimalist dream.

Tipped for future success by BBC Radio 1 DJ, Zane Lowe, are newcomers Circa Waves – their unusually upbeat garage rock will be gracing the festival and their single Get Away has been dubbed one of the hottest records in the world. Can you really risk missing this?!

And that’s not all… As reported by BBC Introducing Suffolk earlier today, three outstanding local artists will also be playing the Lake Stage in 2014. The chosen acts are IP1 favourites Horse Party, beefy-hearted female vocalist Daisy Victoria, and 19 year-old singer/songwriter/producer Mirror Signal.

And, if for some bizarre reason you require more incentives to go this year, don’t forget Latitude is renowned for its colourful sheep.

To buy tickets to this year’s Latitude festival visit the website.

Words: Emily Godden
Photography: Jenna Foxton


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