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Festival Playlist – Manchester's Parklife '15 by the promoter

Festival Playlist – Manchester's Parklife '15 by the promoter
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Manchester’s Heaton Park is set to host the Parklife Festival (you’d have never got away with that in the Britpop years) again this summer (6-7 June). Organiser Robert Masterson, Promotions Manager at Warehouse Project, gives us his personal guide to the line-up.

Disclosure – Latch

“Guy and Howard made our new open-air Temple stage their own last year with one of the biggest crowds of the weekend. We’re very excited to have them back.”

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The Roots – The Seed (2.0)

“A big one – the legendary house band from The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, led by the world-renowned Questlove, make their only UK festival appearance of the summer.”

James Bay – Hold Back The River

“James Bay is at a huge tipping point, about to become one of 2015’s biggest success stories. Will be one of the weekend’s biggest sets.”

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Metronomy – Love Letters

“The Devon band’s about-turn, from electro-indie to Motown-infused pop, made Love Letters one of our favourite albums of last year, and the title-track one to catch at Parklife 2015.”

Jungle – Busy Earnin’

“There’s no shortage of incredible tunes on their debut album, but Busy Earnin’ remains the highlight of every Jungle set.”

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FKA Twigs – Two Weeks

“Twigs is one of the most extraordinary performers around, with an incredibly theatrical live show to accompany one of 2014’s finest albums.”

Chet Faker – Talk Is Cheap

“Chet’s rise from DIY producer to having a unique cult following has seen him win Triple J’s Hottest 100 countdown of 2014’s best tracks in his native Australia. A hidden gem at this year’s weekender.”

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Grace Jones – Pull Up To The Bumper

“Grace is a very special guest on the Main Stage, and it’s a privilege for us to welcome her to this year’s festival. A true icon of new-wave, across five(!) decades.”

Caribou – All I Ever Need

“An unlikely highlight from last year’s Our Love, but its off-kilter intro explodes into one of the most euphoric live moments we’ve experienced in a long time.”

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George Ezra – Budapest

“George is one of the UK’s most exciting new songwriters as witness at this year’s BRIT Awards, and a hilarious follow on Twitter.”

Rudimental – Waiting All Night

“Waiting All Night is sure to be one of the biggest singalongs of the whole weekend, and the perfect close to Sunday’s Main Stage.”

For the full line-up and the latest ticket news, head to Parklife.uk.com.


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