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Fatoumata Diawara, Panda Bear & Sonic Boom, The Murder Capital, Samia and more join End of The Road 2023

Fatoumata Diawara, Panda Bear & Sonic Boom, The Murder Capital, Samia and more join End of The Road 2023

(11 months ago)


With just over five months to go until End of the Road 2023, we’re delighted to reveal another haul of bands to be added to this year’s lineup.

Joining King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Angel Olsen, Ezra Furman, Future Islands, Arooj Aftab, Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Wilco in the gardens will be Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and activist Fatoumata Diawara, experimentalists and long-time collaborators Panda Bear & Sonic Boom, Irish post-punkers The Murder Capital, groove-inducing duo Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul, and much more.

American outfit Deerhoof – fronted by the incredible Japanese singer Satomi Matsuzuki – will bring their sugary, punkish experimentalism to End of The Road, alongside your new favourite angsty cult artist Samia with raw, and hook-ridden indie pop.

If you’re a fan of rousing vocals and propulsive beats you’ll be in electronic music heaven with Colombian-born Ela Minus’ incredible live show, plus DJ sets from Welsh vocalist, producer and DJ Elkka and eclectic mover of bodies Marie Davidson. BBC Radio 6’s Tom Ravenscroft will also be bringing his electric DJ set back to the festival.

In other news, we managed to find a handful of End of the Road 2023 extra caravan passes. If you missed out before, they’re available on our website now. Be quick, we don’t think they’ll last long.


As ever, there is always so much to explore across the lineup. 

The adventurous listener in you knows there’s no better place than End of The Road… Cue ‘classical’s new queen of weird’, Héloïse Werner who will join forces with Colin Alexander for what is sure to be an unforgettable performance of virtuosic works for voice and cello. Former National Youth Poet Laureate Kara Jackson will be performing her low and tender folk, whilst experimental NYC group 75 Dollar Bill will bring in shamanic drones and fuzzed-out guitar.

SYLVIE‘s sepia-tinged ethereal folk-rock will be a show not to be missed, Sessa will guarantee enigmatic and visceral Brazilian popular music whilst Australian duo Royel Otis will grace festival-goers with their endlessly catchy indie-pop. Plus Garage rocker and Vermont eccentric King Tuff, Cardiff-born polymath H. Hawkline, and art punk Londoners HMLTD.

Roll on September!