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Pumped up with high-octane punk energy Ke$ha is a hot addition to Saturday 2 July’s line-up which is headlined by dance pioneers The Chemical Brothers. Signed when she was just 18 her breakthrough came in early 2009 after featuring on Flo Rida’s number one track ‘Right Round’. Her debut single ‘Tik Tok’ reached number one in 11 countries and by September 2010 the feisty popstar had sold two million albums worldwide. California Electro rap duo LMFAO are one of this year’s biggest pop success stories. Their massive hit ‘Party Rock Anthem’ held the number one spot on the Official UK Singles chart for four weeks. It’s still in the top five and continues to dominate airwaves across the country. The band made their major-label debut in 2008 with the release of single ‘I’m In Miami Bitch’, they also featured on David Guetta’s song ‘Gettin’ Over You’ which hit number one in the UK last year. The duo are set to release their second album, ‘Sorry For Party Rocking’ in June.
Added to Sunday 3 July’s line-up, headlined by Pulp, are Aussie synth-pop group Cut Copy. They catapulted onto the UK dance scene in 2004 with their album ‘Bright Love Neon Love’ whilst their second album ‘In Ghost Colours’ was released in 2008 and hurtled straight to number one in their native Australia. Dripping in 80s new wave sound their latest album ‘Zonoscope’ was released in February and is sure to be one of the hottest soundtracks of the summer. Also joining Saturday’s incredible line-up are Portland Oregon-based duo Blind Pilot. Led by the stunning voice of songwriter Israel Nebeker they blend folk with West Coast indie pop, debut album ‘3 Rounds and a Sound’ was released to critical acclaim in 2008, the band are currently working on their follow-up.