Latitude 2017

Festival guide

To Southwold, Suffolk, where Henham Park is set to play host once more to some of the biggest names in rock and pop from the 13th July, plus cultural treats that extend from contemporary dance to live comedy. Heading-up the music arm of Latitude this year are The 1975, Mumford & Sons and Fleet Foxes. We’ve drilled further down into the line-up to pick out some more potential highlights.

Top picks

Don't miss

More from the line-up

  • The Divine Comedy

    Interview

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    I find that the one thing I miss most from modern pop music is humour.

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  • Sylvan Esso

    Interview

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    We were so f***ing sick of the songs from the first record that it started to hurt to play shows.

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  • The Lemon Twigs

    Interview

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    It’s good to feel like you’re ahead of the game a little bit.

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  • The Coral

    Interview

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    It’s so much easier when you come out and you’re new, because everyone wants to write about new bands.

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  • Declan McKenna

    Interview

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    People are still holding on to that idea that age and wisdom correlate, but I know a lot of young people who are a lot wiser than older people.

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  • Marika Hackman

    Interview

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    This industry is such a machine, just churning out stuff... I think we need artists to be allowed time.

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  • Glass Animals

    Interview

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    I was scared; I didn’t want people to be able to see into my soul.

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  • All We Are

    Interview

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    The general idea is that if we can’t all agree then it’s two against one.

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  • Honeyblood

    Interview

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    Being in a band is tough: you’re away from your home, friends and family. There is so little stability.

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