Doves Play Euphoric Set As Sun Goes Down At Latitude

White Lies, too bring guitars to Henham Park

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Doves played a europhic gig in the Obelisk Arena at Latitude Festival on Saturday (July 18).

Hightlights included recent single “Winter Hill” and career highs “Pounding” and “There Goes The Fear.”

White Lies, proponents of angular moody guitar also filled the Obelisk, making a great double-bill with Doves.

You can catch up with Uncut’s Doves and White Lies reviews at our dedicated Latitude blog.

Uncut is bringing you news, reviews, blogs and pics from Latitude 2009 for the next three days : Stay in the loop with festival news at our dedicated blog here.

On site all weekend, we will bring you up-to-the-minute coverage from the music, theatre, comedy and other arenas.

Feel free to send us your comments via the blogs and Twitter. Your observations will be published here at uncut.co.uk .


Pic credit: Richard Johnson

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