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American chamber pop group Of Montreal lead the latest batch of music additions for next month’s Latitude Festival which takes place at Henham Park in Suffolk from July 16.

The band, led by Kevin Barnes released their ninth studio album Skeletal Lamping last year, and will bring their vast catalogue of styles to the Obelisk Arena this year.

The Uncut Arena, which is headlined by Bat For Lashes, Spiritualized and Gossip now sees the additions of Karin Dreijer Andersson’s new act Fever Ray, Maps and Lykke Li

Also newly confirmed for Latitude are the highly acclaimed Camera Obscura and new singer St Vincent.

More additions for elsewhere at the festival; the comedy, literary and poetry and theatre arenas will be made in due course, with the line-ups across the site really taking shape now.

Tickets are still available for £150 for the weekend, from nme.com/gigs

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