T-E-E-D, Savages and more...

The organisers of Underage have unveiled a number of new additions including T-E-E-D, Savages and more.

Underage was never meant to last. Beginning life as an experiment, as a monumental risk the festival has thrived, inspiring similar events across the continent.

Shifting location this summer, the precept - no oldies on site! - remains the same. Organisers are busy putting the final touches to the line up, with Underage confirming a host of new additions.

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs finally released his debut album this year, with 'Trouble' matching Jungle loops to electro synths - all with a pop touch.

The producer launched the album with a sold out show at KOKO, which featured his usual array of dinosaur costumed dancers and confetti cannons. Set to drop by Underage, T-E-E-D will undoubtedly have something special planned for music fans.

Elsewhere, hotly tipped four piece Savages are set to appear. The group only played their first show in January, but are already being tipped to smash the UK indie scene into smithereens with their debut album.

Live, the four piece are a brooding mixture of visceral, post-punk textures and relentless motorik rhythms. Definitely ones to watch, Savages' set at Underage will mark another step forward for the band.

Other new additions include Nottingham group Dog Is Dead, Eugene McGuinness, Deap Vally, Brooklyn group Friends and more.

Complete list of new names for Underage:

Cashtastic / Citizens! / Eugene McGuinness / Deap Vally / Dog Is Dead / Dear Prudence / Friends / Palma Violets / Savages / Scru Fizzer / Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

Underage takes place on August 31st.
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