Joining previously announced headliners De La Soul, Band of Skulls and album chart-topping Bastille.
Digistalism have been confirmed as the third and final headliner for Standon Calling which takes place 2-4 August in Hertfordshire. Signed to ultra-hip label, Kitsune, the duo have been filling dance floors to bursting point since 2004 with their indie, electronic crossover tunes, As adept as DJ sets as they are live performance Digitalism blend the two expertly, they will be the perfect climax to a day of festival partying.
Welsh trio The Joy Formidable will bring their euphoric rock to the festival, recently on tour with Muse, their set at Standon Calling will no doubt see an energetic, riff-laden performance.
Also joining 2013’s line-up are The Music’s Rob Harvey and The Streets’ Mike Skinner, performing as their collaborative project The D.O.T. The duo’s album combines their respective influences, twisting out an audio-cocktail dubbed by NME as “an indie-rap-disco-pop-electronica-crossover”, a mix that will have the Standon Calling crowd bouncing.
Further additions come in the form of psychedelic London-based rockers Toy, and hip-hop turntablist DJ Yoda who will be joined by the bonkers sounds of Trans Serbian Marching Band.
Weekend tickets, currently available at their tier one price of £99, are available to order from www.standon-calling.com