The full line up for the BBC Music Introducing stage for Reading and Leeds Festival has been announced, and includes the likes of psychedelic rock favourites KOYO and three-piece punk band Touts.
Over 30 up-and-coming bands and artists have been picked to play the prestigious BBC Introducing stage over the August Bank Holiday weekend, following in the footsteps of success stories such as Catfish and the Bottlemen and The 1975, who both took the stage prior to becoming the household names they are today.
The full line up is as follows:
READING//FRIDAY 25TH AUGUST
LEEDS//SATURDAY 26TH AUGUST
Avenoir, Brooke Bentham, Honey Arcade, Moses, Olly Chamberlain, Phundo Art, Plaza, Rale, Scott Quinn, Sugarman, The Golden Age of TV and TOUTS.
READING//SATURDAY 26TH AUGUST
LEEDS//SUNDAY 27TH AUGUST
Cassia, Colouring, Dan Stock, Ider, Island, KOYO, Pale Waves, Playing House,Sœur, Too Many Ts, Verschieden and Will Sin For Love.
READING//SUNDAY 27TH AUGUST
LEEDS FRIDAY 25TH AUGUST
Alibi, Anna Straker, Chroma, Deadset Dream, Ginger Snaps, Honey Lung, Low Island, Mosa Wild, Penguin, Queen Zee and The Sasstones, Rock Bottom Risers, and The Pale White.
BBC Music Introducing stage celebrates its 10th year at the festival this year, and during that residency can be credited for playing a part in the success of many of todays major artists. Boasting 460,000 tracks on BBC Music uploader and 170,000 registered artists, it is set to be an exciting showcase of emerging talent, and a definite highlight of the weekend.