Poland’s apostrophe-tastic Open’er Festival have announced a trio of new names.
Animal Collective are the biggest of the acts added to the bill. The B’more natives don’t exactly need any introduction – have you been on the internet in the last five years? – but their bold, shamanic live show is always worth catching. They’ll be joined by golden boys Disclosure, whose vocal-led house confections were all over the place in 2012, and rightly so. For such a new act, they’re commendably bold souls, incorporating live percussion work and on-the-fly programming into their set. The last addition is Aussie psych outfit Tame Impala, whose Lonerism LP has propelled them into the indie big league – expect a similarly vertiginous rise in 2013.
The new acts join the likes of Queens Of The Stone Age, Kings Of Leon, Arctic Monkeys and the mighty Blur. The festival runs from July 3-6 in Gdynia, Poland – tickets and further information are available here.