Truck Festival Unveil The Second Shipload of Bands

Touted by The Guardian as ‘possibly the best album of their career’, The Charlatans’ 12th LP, ‘Modern Nature’, hit

the top ten earlier this year. Armed with material both fresh and vintage The Charlatans’ set at Truck Festival will

be a prime opportunity to catch band on fine form.

American trio Augustines are set head to Oxford from their base of New York City, the soaring rock outfit

continue their ascension to one of the most in-demand live acts with an appearance at Truck.


Just weeks after taking part in the Kerrang! Tour, post-hardcore quartet Don Broco can now set their sights on

tearing up the stage at Truck. To crown the Market stage Truck also welcomes another New York City resident in

the form of indie-pop band Darwin Deez. The ‘Radar Detector’ stars have graced the cover of NME and featured

in their annual ‘Cool List’, Truck Festival is next on their list. Heading up the Barn stage will be Fat White Family,

the provocative Brixton-based group have an anything-can-happen live reputation sure to add an edge to



Elsewhere across the line-up Truck has confirmed melancholy wordsmith Ghostpoet, Warwickshire songstress

Lucy Rose and feisty post-punk outfit Eagulls. Similarly high volume additions come in the form of surf-psyche

trio The Wytches and Japanese acid punk band Bo Ningen. Bo Ningen will be one of many acts appearing as part

of the ‘Alcopop & Big Scary Monsters takeover’. The Oxford record labels will curate a day on Truck’s ‘barn’

stage, also set to feature Tellison, Brawlers, Talons, Waylayers, Woahnows, Delta Sleep and Freeze The Atlantic.


From indie-rock to indie-pop via post-hardcore, alternative, electronic and left-field the latest raft of acts joining

the Truck Festival line-up also features Raleigh Ritchie, Sunset Sons, Spring King, Nothing But Thieves, Beasts,

Demob Happy, Allusondrugs, Solem Sun and Poledo.


As previously announced, Truck will also be headlined by Basement Jaxx and will see sets from Saint Raymond,

Slaves, Peter Hook & The Light plus many more. See below for a full line-up as currently confirmed.


With an impressive 17 years under its belt Truck 2015 is gearing up for another celebration of its standing as one

of the best independent festivals in the calendar, with these additions it’s certainly one of the best value festivals

in the UK with weekend tickets only £79.50!

Lots Of Love,


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