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Flamingods And TVAM Among New Acts Announced For Mutations Festival

Monday, 21 January 2019 Written by Huw Baines

The full line up for Mutations festival has been revealed.

The Brighton event will return in February, following up its initial staging in 2015. On that occasion Metz, John Talabot, Josh T. Pearson and Lightning Bolt were among those making a frightful noise on the south coast.

Joining previously announced headliners White Denim are Flamingods, TVAM, St Agnes, Orchards, Libra Libra, Tamu Massif, Jacko Hooper, and Natalie Evans.

What? A one day event from curators One Inch Badge and Small Pond celebrating some big tunes and a few more esoteric numbers.

Where? Hansen Hall in Portslade (7 minutes from Brighton).

When? February 23.

Who? Completing the festival's line up are Flamingods, TVAM, St Agnes, Orchards, Libra Libra, Tamu Massif, Jacko Hooper, and Natalie Evans. They will play alongside the previously announced headliners White Denim, while also set to appear are Goat Girl, Josefin Öhrn and the Liberation, Snapped Ankles, Ohmme and Advance Base.

Tickets? Tickets are on sale now, priced from £35 plus fees.

Want to know more? Head to the festival’s website.

Mutations Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Sat February 23 2019 - PORTSLADE Hansen Hall

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