Field Day London have revealed that they are to host a new dance stage on the Sunday at this year’s festival. A selection of new acts has also been added to the bill that will appear across the weekend of the 11th-12th June.
Heading up the new Snap Crackle & Pop stage will be Caribou’s alter ego Daphni. Dan Snaith’s dancefloor interests have been vented through the production of Daphni in recent years with notable works including the intense Ye Ye and Yes I Know. Recent releases from the Canadian producer such as Vulture further demonstrate his ability to craft dancefloor ready tracks with an intriguing edge. Optimo, Harry James, Kiwi, Moxie and Psychemagik will also be playing sets at the new stage.
Saturday will see BBC Radio DJs Huw Stevens and Tom Ravenscroft showcasing their record collections, while Sunday sees the addition of former Tribes frontman Jonny Loyd and Arthur Beatrice.
PJ Harvey and James Blake are set to headline the festival with appearances coming from the likes of Skepta, Deerhunter, Fat White Family and many more over the weekend.
Words by Eliot Ryder
Photos courtesy of Windish Agency