Next up for this year’s Latitude announcements are the first acts of the Lake Stage and more.

Handpicked by DJ and broadcaster Huw Stephens, the Lake Stage bill offers festival goers the opportunity to see the stars of the future in an intimate environment.

This year we’re welcoming the confessional hip-hop favourite Loyle Carner and his fellow BBC Sound of 2016 soloist, the exciting singer-songwriter Billie Marten.

The Lake Stage will also play host to baritone rock-pop favourite Oscar, London’s freshest female group The Big Moon and indie kings Blaenavon.

Two new Welsh treasures Meilyr Jones and ESTRONS, and hotly-tipped young indie rebel Declan McKenna will be making an appearance alongside Denmark’s lauded experimental-pop group Liss.

Icelandic three-piece Samaris will make their Latitude debut alongside the UK’s enigmatic new voice of Pixx, alt-pop-rock quintet Babeheaven, hip-hop producer Muckaniks and the brutally honest songsmith Louis Berry.

We’re also excited to announce a new wave of acts on the BBC 6 Music Stage, as punk mavericks Slaves return to the festival, along with electronic-soul duo Honne and the exotic sounds of Flamingods. Minor Victories, made up of Mogwai, Slowdive and Editors members (who all played Latitude in 2014), are set to perform a festival exclusive at Henham Park this summer.

The Sunrise Arena will also host indie-art quartet Teleman, Scottish singer-songwriter Emma Pollock and indie veteran Bill Ryder-Jones.

Bear’s Den, the critically acclaimed British folk rock duo, also join the incredible bill of acts performing on the Obelisk arena this summer.

These new additions join an already stellar music line up fronted by headliners The Maccabees, The National and New Order, and many, many more. Take a look at the full line up so far.

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