Frightened Rabbit, The Jesus and Mary Chain and Arab Strap to play Electric Fields

Frightened Rabbit, The Jesus and Mary Chain and Arab Strap to play Electric Fields

Already an essential part of the Scottish music calendar, Electric Fields goes from strength to strength with their first announcement of artists for this year’s event. Returning to the stunning grounds of the 17th Century Drumlanrig Castle in Dumfries & Galloway, Electric Fields are excited to welcome Frightened Rabbit, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Arab Strap, And Yet It Moves, Crash Club and Brat and the Bonemen to the festival, which takes place on 1 and 2 September. As…

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Honeyblood join Electric Fields festival line-up

Honeyblood join Electric Fields festival line-up

Edinburgh’s Honeyblood are the latest stellar act to sign up for this summer’s Electric Fields festival. The dynamic duo will join Primal Scream and The Charlatans at the star-studded event, located in the grounds of Drumlanrig Castle, just outside Thornhill in August. Also added to the line-up for this year’s Electric Fields festival are Fat White Family, Field Music and Eliza & the Bear. Previously announced acts include genre-defying indie outfit Everything Everything, corduroy-clad electro-archivists Public Service Broadcasting…

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Breaking News: The Charlatans to co-headline Electric Fields

Breaking News: The Charlatans to co-headline Electric Fields

Scotland’s most exciting new music festival just got even better with the news that The Charlatans will join the Primal Scream as headliners for the third instalment of Electric Fields, with over 40 more artists added to the line-up. Those much-loved survivors of the Madchester era will be able to draw on an amazing back catalogue of hits – including Weirdo, Can’t Get Out Of Bed, The Only One I Know, North Country Boy and One To Another…

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Primal Scream to headline Electric Fields

Primal Scream to headline Electric Fields

Music lovers are in for a treat as Electric Fields returns for a third year with a stellar line-up featuring legendary Scottish rockers Primal Scream, genre-defying indie outfit Everything Everything, and corduroy-clad electro-archivists Public Service Broadcasting, among many others. Scotland’s most exciting new music festival returns to the picturesque 17th Century Drumlanrig Castle in Dumfries & Galloway on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 August, having this year expanded to two days for the first time, offering festival-goers even more…

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