The two-day event has an eclectic feel for people who are into both books and music, with the former taken precedence as much as the song.
Saturday sees US indie band, Low, headline supported by singer-songwriter – Beth Orton. Alongside them will be talks from Mercury nominated rapper/poet, Kate Tempest and journalist Miranda Sawyer – who’s book ‘Out of Time’ charts her mid-life crisis in her 40s.
Also talking on the day is Charlatans singer Tim Burgess. After releasing his autobiography a few years back, Burgess will be at Fulham Palace, talking about his new book – Tim Book Two – charting his obsession with vinyl music and his collection whilst on his travels.
Sunday, sees the Super Furry Animals take to the main stage and headline. After a prolific career of indie hits through the nineties and noughties, the former Creation Record band went on hiatus and returned to acclaim last year with a tour that culminated in a headline slot at Glastonbury.
Having released a single for the Welsh football team for the European Championships this year, the band are back on the road touring, having just come back from America.
The 6 music DJ, Lauren Laverne, will be hosting a talk with BBC natural expert and very keen music fan, Chris Packham. The Springwatch expert will be talking about his autobiography and growing up with nature.
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