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1 minute ago, Cherrytree13 said:

BCNR album is awesome, but they’re not going to be able to play any of it? Unless a surprise reunion happens.

They've been confirmed for plenty of festivals recently, it's not an error. Tbh who even listens to BC,NR for the vocals anyway???

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4 minutes ago, the wonderwhy said:

Bicep is curious - they say they’re not headlining but they’re bigger than everyone on that lineup except maybe Kraftwerk. Surely they’re not going to be in Far Out? 

Wouldn't say they're bigger than someone who follows a number one album with a number two and Mercury winner.

Maybe they're on before Kraftwerk?

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We’re turning the grand old age of 20 this year - hoorah! And we’re bouncing off walls to share the Green Man 2022 line-up with you! 

We've got incredible headliners coming your way - first up, one we’ve all been dreaming about for a while now is MICHAEL KIWANUKA, ready to bathe our mountains in his soulful sounds. Joining him are none other than the iconic groundbreakers of electronic music, one of the most influential acts of the 20th century…KRAFTWERK(!) - bringing their 3D show to our Mountain Stage this summer. 

Since their last appearance all the way back in 2009, we’ve been trying to entice these dreamboats back. The wondrous BEACH HOUSE will transport and mesmerise with evocative soundscapes from records new and old. We can’t wait! Dishing up the good times are METRONOMY with a set that's sure to be a genre-traversing mix of classic and new electro-tinged material. And BICEP (live) touch down in all their electronic glory to crank the tempo up, merging pulsating beats and a luminous audio-visual feast for the eyes.

We can’t tell you just how good it feels to be able to welcome acts from around the globe once again, including - New York indie-stalwarts Parquet Courts, Minnesotan genre-defiers Low, and art-pop royalty Ezra Furman from across the pond. Not to mention Swedish post-punk outfit Viagra Boys, Niger’s Mdou Moctar, Zambia’s Zamrock band Witch, Japanese ten-piece Minyo Crusaders, Belgian-Caribbean avant pop artist Charlotte Adigéry and Australian psych rockers Psychedelic Porn Crumpets - to name just a few! 

So escape the hum-drum and submerge into a healthy dose of over 80 acts with our bursting-at-the-seams playlist. We cannot wait to celebrate our 20th anniversary together in the Brecon Beacons this August! There's lots more to come, so keep those ears to the ground. 

P.S If you've not managed to bag a ticket, our applications to join the team are now open here.

Big love, GM x 

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Maybe Bicep are doing a Main Stage closing kind of set, I agree though they seem far too big to be playing the Far Out tent!

Either way that line up is a beauty, need to find myself some tickets

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