Crocodiles, Austra and more...

Crocodiles, Austra and more have been added to the line up of this summer's Field Day.

Shifting from its usual slot, Field Day takes place on June 2nd this year. However that's about all which is changing - the London event has just confirmed another cross-genre batch of artists.

Berlin based noise pop outfit Crocodiles are looking ahead to new album 'Endless Flowers', which is set to be released this summer. Stirring from their slumber, the band have confirmed a number of European shows including a set at Field Day.

Returning to London, Crocodiles will be joined by a number of new additions. Canadian group Austra will perform, while much discussed bass-pop talent Jessie Ware will preview her debut album in Victoria Park.

Nostalgic pop duo Summer Camp are also due to appear, while fast rising electro-pop oddballs Citizens! have confirmed a slot at Field Day.

Elsewhere, other new additions include Eats Everything, Kassem Mosse, Last Dinosaurs and more have been named on the line up.

Recently penning a deal with bass powerhouse Hyperdub, Laurel Halo is focussing on debut album 'Quarantine'. Promising to be a massive forward step, the producer will take her Future focussed sound to Victoria Park for what could well be a special performance.

New additions in full:

Austra / Citizens / Crocodiles / Eats Everything / Jessie Ware / Kassem Mosse / Last Dinosaurs / Laurel Halo / Summer Camp / Sunless ‘97 / Tim Burgess DJ / When Saints Go Machine

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Field Day takes place on June 2nd.

Photo Credit: Marco Rapisarda

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