Psychedelic rock band Kula Shaker have been announced as the Saturday headliner of July’s Chagstock festival.
The band rose to prominence in the nineties with their unique Indian-infused rock ballads, with hits such as Govinda, Tattva, Hush and Hey Dude.
The indie rockers will play tunes from their latest album, First Congregational Church of Eternal Love and Free Hugs. The record has been described as their ‘most inspired album in years’.
Kula Shaker will join Friday night headliner, Ash, on a packed lineup.
The shindig takes place on 22 - 23 July at a beautiful site near Whiddon Down.
Simon Ford, Chagstock festival organiser, said: ‘We’re thrilled to announce this fantastic band confirmed to play on the Saturday night. They have a new album to be released in early June, so it’s great timing for us and them to hear old hits we know and new ones to discover.’
Simon added: ‘Ash have a string of hits that most people will know and enjoy. They will get the Friday night crowd going, I have no doubt about that.’
Ash have just released a specially compiled Best Of album, showcasing the biggest tunes of their 25-year career, with hits such as Girl from Mars and Shining Light.
Folk-Punk band, Ferocious Dog, will also bring their thumping tunes and infamously lively fanbase to Dartmoor in July. The band who count the Levellers as an influence, never fail to get the crowd jumping.
Other acts on the bill are Plymouth five-piece, The Native, solo songwriter, Mim Grey, Funk and Soul band Tom McGuire & the Brassholes, and quirky act, Pattern Pusher.
Swedish act Baskery, a band made up of three sisters, will also bring their Americana style to the festival.
For tickets, more info and future line-up announcements, please head to: www.chagstock.info.
Line Up so far… Ash, Kula Shaker, Ferocious Dog, Baskery, The Native, Mim Grey, Pattern Pusher, Tom McGuire and the Brassholes.
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