All Together Now: Pussy Riot and Bombay Bicycle Club join line-up

Sold-out music festival also announces John Grant, The Wailers and Anna Calvi

Pussy Riot: the Russian feminist punk collective will be at All Together Now.  Photograph: Roberto Ricciuti/Redferns/Getty

Pussy Riot: the Russian feminist punk collective will be at All Together Now. Photograph: Roberto Ricciuti/Redferns/Getty

 

All Together Now has announced a string of new acts for this summer’s sold-out music festival, whose headliners include The National, Patti Smith, and Damon Albarn’s The Good, The Bad & The Queen.

They will now be joined at Curraghmore Estate, in Co Waterford, over the bank-holiday weekend of August 2nd-4th by:

  • Bombay Bicycle Club, who last played in Ireland seven years ago (and who will also be performing at Cork Opera House on Saturday, August 3rd; tickets, which cost €30 plus booking fee, go on sale at 9am on Friday, April 5th);
  • John Grant, the endlessly creative singer who has become one of indie rock’s marquee names;
  • The Wailers, who will also play Vicar St in Dublin on Tuesday, July 23rd;
  • Moodymann (aka Kenny Dixon jnr), who will be making his Irish festival debut;
  • Anna Calvi, the Brit- and Mercury-nominated songwriter and guitarist;
  • Pussy Riot, the Russian feminist punk collective;
  • Gus Dapperton, whose viral hits Prune, You Talk Funny and I’m Just Snacking have helped him sell out recent shows, including two at the Button Factory in Dublin;
  • Tourist (William Phillips), who released his second album, Everyday, in February;
  • Kokoko!, a dance-music collective from Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo;
  • Black Midi, who will also be making their Irish festival debut;
  • Rimon, an Eritrean-born, Amsterdam-based singer who fuses neosoul and hip hop;
  • and The Claque, a Dublin trio who have just released their debut single, Hush.