Latitude Day Two – Welcome Back!

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Welcome to a windy, mainly dry morning in Suffolk for the second day of the Latitude Festival. After an excellent start yesterday, the Uncut team will be blogging non-stop for the next 12 or 13 hours, bringing you all the latest news and reviews from our favourite festival of the year.

Today you can look out for coverage on tonight’s two epic headliners Sigur Ros and The Mars Volta. We’ll also be checking up on regular Uncut fabourites like Seasick Steve, Elbow and Wild Beasts.

There’ll be a rare chance to see The House Of Love, a soupcon of Bill Bailey, an acid house brass band and, if Michael Bonner can blag his way in, an eyewitness report from the recording of Radio 4‘s “Just A Minute”. With Nicholas Parsons!

Stay with us throughout the day, and don’t forget to check out all our blogs and reports from yesterday: you can find a handy round-up of links here.

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