Futureheads have been added to the line up for Britain's Harvest music and food festival.
The 'Heatbeat Song' group join New Zealand electronic act Fat Freddy's Drop in playing the event, held in Oxfordshire, alongside already confirmed acts including KT Tunstall and Eliza Doolittle and a host of DJs.
Event organiser and former Blur Bassist Alex James said: "We'll throw open the farm gates for Harvest this September. My family are looking forward to a celebration of all our favourite things - music, the farm and food. What more could we ask for!"
The festival beings together performers with chefs, and big names from the food world such as Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Richard Corrigan, Yotam Ottolenghi and Nuno Mendes, who will be cooking up culinary master classes, while there will also be a Farmers Market and the exclusive pop up restaurants as part of the festival.
Another sister festival with a similar bill, Harvest at Jimmys, is being held in Suffolk.
For more information visit www.alexjamespresentsharvest.com or www.harvestatjimmys.com.
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