Badly Drawn Boy To Join Super Furry Animals At Green Man

Lots of new acts confirmed for this year's Brecon Beacon bash

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Badly Drawn Boy is one of a host of new artists confirmed to play this year’s Green Man Festival at Glanusk Park in the Brecon Beacons.

Headliners Super Furry Animals will now be joined by Laura Marling, James Yorkston and new Heavenly records signing and member of the Loose Salute, Pete Greenwood at the three day festival which takes place August 15-17.

Friday and Sunday night’s headlining acts are still to be revealed, after Beirut have been forced to cancel their appearance.

Last year’s headliners were Robert Plant and Joanna Newsom.

Previously Uncut-friendly confirmed acts include Black Mountain, Drive By Truckers, Iron & Wine, The National, The Cave Singers and Caribou.

Tickets and more information about Green Man is available from the event’s official website here: www.thegreenmanfestival.co.uk

The Green Man Festival line-up confirmed so far is:

Super Furry Animals (Saturday headline)
Iron & Wine
The National
Richard Thompson
Black Mountain
Drive-By Truckers
The Cave Singers
King Creosote
Caribou
Magik Markers
School of Language
Devon Sproule
Alela Diane
Nina Nastasia
Jennifer Gentle
The Accidental
The Drift Collective
Cath and Phil Tyler
The Moon Music Orchestra
One More Grain
The Yellow Moon Band
Duke Garwood
Threatmantics
Mugstar
Radio Luxemburg
Cymbiant
Beth Jeans Houghton
Brygyn
Laura Marling
Los Campesinos!
Damien Jurado
Truckers of Husk
The Bowerbirds
O’Death
Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man
The Owl Service
Prince Rama of Ayodhya
Cats In Paris
The Saffron Sect
Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir
Wolf People
Barbarossa
Nic Dawson Kelly
Pete Greenwood
One Little Plane
James Yorkston
Badly Drawn Boy
Heather Jones
John Stammers
Gwyneth Glyn
Very special guests (Friday headline)
Very special Guests (Sunday headline)

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