They complete the line up which includes a number of exclusives: Japanese instrumental behemoths Mono (European exclusive) are to headline the festival alongside This Will Destroy You (UK festival exclusive), Russian Circles (European Festival exclusive) and God Is An Astronaut.
Takaakira Goto of Mono said, "We are very honored to play at ArcTanGent Festival this year alongside so many incredible bands. Our new album is currently in progress for a release date later this year, so hopefully we will share a preview of it. As always, thank you for your support. Somewhere between the soundscapes on an open field, we meet again."
The complete line-up includes And So I Watch You From Afar, Tall Ships, Maybeshewill, Jamie, Crippled Black Phoenix, LITE, Tera Melos, Three Trapped Tigers, TTNG, Ef, El Ten Eleven, Mutiny on the Bounty, I Like Trains, Year of No Light, Mylets, The Physics House Band, Baby Godzilla, Nordic Giants, Tellison, Enemies, Her Name Is Calla, 100 Onces, Tangled Hair, Hark, Karhide, Luo, Alarmist, We Are Knuckle Dragger, No Spill Blood, BATS, Lost in the Riots, Cleft, Olympians, Shiver, Human Pyramids, Astrohenge, Diagonal, Rumour Cubes, Monsters Build Mean Robots, Blueneck, The Winchester Club, Suffer Like G Did, Charlie Barnes, Memory of Elephants, Big Joan, AK/DK, Adding Machine, Samoans, Waking Aida, The St. Pierre Snake Invasion, Theo, Wicket, Sleep Beggar, Howard James Kenny, Super Squarecloud, Flies Are Spies From Hell, Codes in the Clouds, Bear Makes Ninja, Alpha Male Tea Party, Iran Iran, Gunning for Tamar, FEN, Goonies Never Say Die, Broken Oak Duet.
ArcTanGent is expanding on its international draw with a line up of bands coming from the UK & Ireland, Europe, USA and Japan.
For the current line-up click here.
The 5,000 capacity event which celebrates leftfield UK guitar music will takes place from Thursday 28th until Saturday 30st August 2014 at Fernhill Farm, Cheddar, in Somerset.
Tickets are priced at £65. An early entry ticket is priced at £15 (allows entry from 1pm on Thursday 28th August 2014). A child (aged 0 to 10 years old) can attend for free.
There's also a joint ticket with sister event 2000trees priced at £153.
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