The incredibleKings Of Convenience will be topping the Friday night bill at Green Man this August!
The Norwegian indie folk-popsters will headline the Mountain Stage on Friday night and we bloomin’ well can’t wait!
A live appearance from Kings of Convenience is a thing of rare beauty and wonder (their forthcoming London show has sold out months in advance!). Experiencing their spine-tingling harmonies in our picturesque Glanusk Park will be simply lush!
Keep your eyes trained on Green Man’s social media feeds as we’ll be unveiling our full stage-by-stage weekend line up soon! In the meantime, look who else announcing today…
Phosphorescent return from Alabama via Brooklyn with new and much acclaimed album Muchacho in tow and a fantastic live show that saw them tour Europe with The National.
Steve Mason released his superb second solo album to rave reviews last month; it’s the most ambitious and political record to date from the former Beta Band singer.
BEAK> are Geoff Barrow (Portishead), Billy Fuller (Fuzz Against Junk) and Matt Williams (Team Brick); the “anti-Blue Note” Bristolians return with added synths.
Melody’s Echo Chamber recorded their 2012 debut album with Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker; it’s a superbly cinematic trawl through Europe’s art pop lineage.
Julia Holter releases the follow up to her phenomenal critically acclaimed second album 'Ekstasis' on Domino later this year.
Ólöf Arnalds is an Icelandic singer whose acrobatic contralto and finger picked guitar (or South Americancharango) have won her legions of fans around the globe.
Public Service Broadcasting “inform, educate and entertain” by blending archive BFI audio and video samples with live drums and electronica to; 2013 is their year.
Peggy Sue have toured the US twice since releasing debut album Acrobats in late 2011, as well as supporting the likes of Jack White and Joan As Policewoman.
Plus Parquet Courts, Ryan Francesconi & Mirabai Peart, Girls Names, Revere, Landshapes, Joe Banfi,