10 highlights from Sunday’s Latitude line-up

Daisy Lawrence from Yaxley, will be performing at Latitude this year under her stage name Daisy Victoria. Daisy Lawrence from Yaxley, will be performing at Latitude this year under her stage name Daisy Victoria.

Sunday, July 20, 2014
7:03 AM

10 highlights from today’s Latitude line-up:

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Aerial shot of Latitude Festival. Photo by Graham Wright.Aerial shot of Latitude Festival. Photo by Graham Wright.

1. Tame Impala

Warming up for headliners, The Black Keys, Australian outfit Tame Impala will bring a psychedelic rock tsunami to the Obelisk Arena.

2. Parquet Courts

Two acclaimed albums in two years have made Parquet Courts, from New York, the hottest punk band in the world. See why on the BBC Radio 6 Music Stage.

3. Eagulls

The Leeds four piece recently appeared on Late Night with David Letterman in the US, and take to the iArena at tea time.

4. Daisy Victoria

A local act will be kicking off the Lake Stage today, with Norfolk singer Daisy Victoria taking to the stage.

5. Ady Suleiman

The Nottingham singer-song-writer has been making waves for the last few years and is on the line-up for the Alcove stage.

6. Henning Wehn

A German stand-up who loves poking fun at the English. After Germany’s World Cup win, he could be unbearable in the Comedy Tent - but probably not.

7. Nick Broomfield

The multi-award winning filmmaker is being interviewed in the Film and Music tent by Emma Freud.

8. Scroobius Pip

Spoken word performer Scroobius will be in the Poetry tent sharing his gospel. Always a treat.

9. Robin Ince

Ricky Gervais’ mate will be presenting Your Culture is Ailing, Your Art is Dead in the Literary Arena.

10. Atomic Bomb! Who is William Onyeabor

A must for any first-timer at Latitude, this collaborative act should see a line-up of superstars, which in the past have included members of Hot Chip, LCD Soundsystem and the Beastie Boys, take no the fabled lunchtime Obelisk Arena slot.

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