More additions confirmed

Blood Red Shoes are amongst the latest additions for this year's instalment of T In The Park.

It seems to get bigger each year. Scotland's largest festival, T In The Park has already confirmed a massive bill which includes performances from high profile acts such as The Stone Roses, Kasabian and New Order.

The Slam Tent will stretch to three days, while organisers are still filling out a few of the blanks across the weekend's schedule.

Returning with new album 'In Time To Voices' Brighton based duo Blood Red Shoes are a visceral, pulsating experience. Never ones to hold back, the pair are set to tackle the Balado crowd this summer.

Elsewhere, returning Scottish project Mull Historical Society will perform while husky newcomer Ren Harvieu has been confirmed. Here We Go Magic recently delivered their third album, produced by none other than Nigel Godrich.

Recruited after being spotted dancing in the front at a live show, Godrich helped push the band to new heights. Here We Go Magic will appear at T In The Park, alongside fellow new additions King Charles, Fun. and Hilltop Hoods.

Nottingham's Dog Is Dead have been steadily building momentum over the past 12 months, with their infectious indie pop winning fans across the country. An always committed live outfit, the band will perform at T In The Park this summer.

Tickets are on sale now.

T In The Park runs between July 6th - 8th. New additions:

Hilltop Hoods / Fun. / King Charles / The Parlotones / Dog is Dead / Blood Red Shoes / Ren Harvieu / Mull Historical Society / Stooshe / Here We Go Magic / The Minutes and Lonsdale Boys Club

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