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The Vaselines To Play Rare Show At Latitude Festival!

The Vaselines To Play Rare Show At Latitude Festival!

The Vaselines, who originally disbanded in 1990, are set to play a rare show in the Uncut Arena at Latitude Festival next month, it has just been confirmed (June 23).

The cult Scottish indie band, who found a wider audience after Nirvana's Kurt Cobain professed his love of their music and covered Vaselines tracks "Molly's Lips" and "Jesus Don't Want Me For A Sunbeam", have recently reformed to play a few select shows.

Eugene Kelly and Frances McKee recently played their first London show in 20 years (March 27) to a sold-out enthusiastic crowd, now you can have a chance to see the indie icons at Latitude.

Also newly confirmed for next month's diverse event in Suffolk are the acclaimed alt.country rockers The Broken Family Band who will play the outdoor Obelisk Arena stage.

They join previously announced main stage performers Doves, Regina Spektor, Pretenders, Patrick Wolf, Phoenix and of course, headliners Pet Shop Boys, Grace Jones and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds.

The Uncut Arena also has US folk siren (likened to Joanna Newsom), 2009 hot tips Red Light Company and pop-maestro collective Miike Snow all performing on the bill which already includes Gossip, Spiritualized, Bat For Lashes, Fever Ray and Magazine.

More information, updated daily at Uncut's Latitude Festival blog.

Get your tickets from latitudefestival.co.uk - day tickets start at £60.

Latitude Festival 2009's latest additions are:

OBELISK ARENA
The Broken Family Band
Broken Records

UNCUT ARENA
Miike Snow
Gurrumul
The Vaselines
Manchester Orchestra
Alela Diane
Red Light Company

SUNRISE ARENA
The Phenomenal Handclap Band

Join Uncut at our dedicated Latitude Festival blog for our festival countdown! We have artist previews, interviews and Latitude artist give aways in the run up to our event of the summer!


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