Run The Jewels, Thee Oh Sees and more added to Field Day lineup

Run The Jewels, Lady Leshurr, Rae Morris, Thee Oh Sees and more join the previously announced Aphex Twin. 

Returning to the festival following a huge set last year, Run The Jewels – fast becoming the most exciting rap duo in years – are set to close the Eat Your Own Ears outdoor stage on 3rd June.

Elsewhere the announcement sees the return of Glasgow veterans Arab Strap (back from a 10 year hiatus), as well as appearances from Clams Casino and Machinedrum, Abra, and Danny L Harle. The eleventh edition of Field Day also welcomes Rae Morris following her critically acclaimed album Unguarded and rap superstar Lady Leshurr, securing it as the festival to beat this summer.

Also announced are Berlin’s formidable house duo and Innvervisions label bossmen Âme, Dekmantel Soundsystem, set to bring their Amsterdam festival spirit to East London and a host more; from psych supergroup Beak> to Manuela, Kite Bass and funk jazz pioneers, Idris Akamoor & The Pyramids. Topping it off at San Fran garage rock legends, Thee Oh Sees.

Field Day takes place on Saturday 3rd June. Find more information via the Field Day website.


Aphex Twin / ABRA / Áine Cahill / Âme – live / Arab Strap / Beak> / Clams Casino / Death Grips / Dekmantel Soundsystem / Flying Lotus / Fatima Yamaha – live / Flamingods / Forest Swords / Forth Wanderers / Gaika / Haelos / Hunee / Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids / Imarhan / Job Jobse / Jon Hopkins (DJ) / Julia Jacklin / Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith / Kevin Morby / King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard / King Sunny Ade / Kite Base / Lady Leshurr / Lena Willikens / Machinedrum / Manuela / Marc Riley / Marcel Dettmann / Methyl Ethel / Midland / Moderat / Moodymann / Mura Masa / Nicolas Jaar / Nina Kraviz / Omar Souleyman / PC Music presents Danny L Harle, A. G. Cook & more / Pictish Trail / Run The Jewels / Rae Morris / S U R V I V E / Silver Apples / Sinkane / Slowdive / Thee Oh Sees / Whitney

Melissa Svensen

Melissa Svensen

Melissa, 22. Editor. Student, music journalist, probably talking about Blur or Bowie