Cursive and The Gutter Twins also for San Fran's Noisepop
[b]Magnetic Fields[/b] have been revealed as one of the headliners for next year’s San Francisco Noisepop festival.
As previously announced, [b]The Magnetic Fields[/b] have revealed that their new album ‘Distortion’ is ready, Stephin Merrittt’s first in four years, and will be released in January.
The week long event which will take place from February 26 to March 2 will also star [b]Cursive[/b] and [b]The Gutter Twins[/b].
The music festival takes place across the city, running alongside a film festival and music-industry panel discussions as well.
More bands will be confirmed in the coming weeks.
The week long bash is similar to Austin’s South by Southwest and Toronto’s North By Northeast festivals.
More information and tickets are available from www.Noisepop.com here.
Check out the band’s website here:Houseoftomorrow.com.
The new album ‘Distortion’ will be released on January 14 in the UK, and January 15 in the US through Nonesuch records.