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Second round of acts for The Great Escape annnounced

The second round of acts for The Great Escape Festival have just been announced.

  • Violent Soho
  • The Ned Collette Band
  • The Temper Trap
  • Young & Restless
  • Cloud Control
  • Trial Kennedy
  • TeenagersInTokyo
  • Laura Imbruglia
  • Tame Impala
  • The Futureheads
  • Mount Eerie
  • I Heart Hiroshima
  • Misson Control
  • Dash & Will
  • George Byrne
  • Emily Ulman
  • Guy Blackman

Hmmm... nothing too exciting there.

These acts join the current line-up of Yeasayer, SPOD, Black Francis, Supergrass, The Pogues, The New Pornographers, CW Stoneking, Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band, The Panics, British India, The Mess Hall, We Are Scientists, Ladytron, Blue King Brown, Paul Kelly, The Galvatron, Joan As Policewoman, Lior, Pikelet, Yves Klein Blue, Jackson Jackson, Little Red, John Steel Singers, The Seabellies, The E.L.F, Firekites, Laura Jean, Cassette Kids, Wons Phreely, The Scientists Of Modern Music, theredsunband, The Holidays, Whiteley and Plug In City.

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Violent Soho
Ned Collette
The Temper Trap
Young and Restless
Cloud Control
The Futureheads
I Heart Hiroshima
Mission Control
Laura Imbruglia
The Great Escape


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You obviously have not seen The Futureheads live. They will blow you away.

1 decade ago

Jonny Yes Yes

really marrow? really?

1 decade ago


They'll blow you away if you don't expect much from them I guess.

1 decade ago


Mount Eerie is ok. Might catch their side show...

1 decade ago


I saw Futureheads WAY back when opening for Franz Ferdinand. They were pretty good. But their last couple records haven't been all that great.

1 decade ago


I saw them at Splendour in '05 (I think it was). I thought they were pretty boring

Their appearance on Later! with Jools at around the same time confirmed this opinion

1 decade ago


Are Little Red aiming to break some sort of record by playing every festival in Australia within the shortest time span?

1 decade ago

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