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My Morning Jacket, Mark Lanegan Band, Saint Etienne and more added to 2015 line up

(7 years ago)


End Of The Road is delighted to welcome My Morning Jacket to this year’s festival. The Kentucky five-piece, famed for their transcendent live performances, haven’t played in the UK since 2011 and are due to release their seventh album in 2015.

End of The Road is also throwing its arms wide open to Heavenly Recordings. The label will be curating the treasured Garden Stage on Saturday in honour of their 25th Birthday, bringing with them the legendary Mark Lanegan Band to headline the Garden Stage, Saint Etienne who will be performing their classic 1991 album (and Heavenly’s first ever album) Fox Base Alpha in full, festival favourites Stealing Sheep, newcomer Eaves and strange pop champion H. Hawkline.

A whole host of new artists are set to join the legends on this year’s bill too. Jacco Gardner will be providing the finest in Dutch baroque pop, Welsh punks Joanna Gruesome will be bringing their frenzied noise, R. Seiliog will be there with his late night experimental house outings, whilst the ever-burgeoning Marika Hackman is set to deliver the beautiful, bruised sounds of her critically acclaimed debut album We Slept At Last.

End Of The Road will also introduce Beth Jeans Houghton’s new avant-garde project Du Blonde, as well as welcoming Mary Timony’s ragged riot grrrl project Ex-Hex and Howe Gelb’s Giant Sand collective.

2015 Line Up Additions:

My Morning Jacket
Mark Lanegan Band
Saint Etienne
Ex Hex
Joanna Gruesome
Frazey Ford
Marika Hackman
Curtis Harding
Kevin Morby
The Duke Spirit
Stealing Sheep
Du Blonde
H Hawkline
Jacco Gardner
Andy Shauf
Andrew Combs
Flo Morrissey
R. Seiliog
Mark Wynn

Following glowing reviews for 2014’s exceptional festival (including 5/5 from both The Guardian and The Independent and a whopping 10/10 from the NME), End of the Road Festival revealed its 10th anniversary headliners for 2015 earlier this year. Sufjan Stevens will perform his only European festival this year on Saturday night, following Australia’s psychedelic victors Tame Impala on Friday. Sunday night will see the critics’ album of 2014 holders The War On Drugs play their only summer festival in the UK this year.

Watch the video for this year’s act announcement:

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