More artists starring in Sheffield’s Tramlines festival this year have been announced.
Johnny Borrell, former Razorlight frontman, is to join the line-up at The Leadmill as part of the event from July 19 to 21.
Act 65daysofstatic return to Sheffield for their only scheduled hometown appearance this year.
Indie pop outfit Dog is Dead will headline stage two on Sunday as part of a line-up curated by local band Rolo Tomassi.
Newcomers IYES and The Heartbreaks are also scheduled to appear at The Harley.
More than 60 music venues will stage hundreds of artists at Tramlines.
Festival director Sarah Nulty said: “This year’s line-up just gets better and better! We have worked really hard to deliver a fantastic diverse line-up this year and I think the latest line-up announcement just strengthens that.
“The countdown to Tramlines is well underway with only four weeks to go so get your ticket now!”
Day tickets for the festival cost £6 and armbands are also available.
Visit http://2013.tramlines.org.uk/tickets/ to book.