The Drowned in Sound stages at this year's Tramlines festival in Sheffield have all be finalised and we've got a lot to offer you people, with three stages over the three days in three different venues across the city. That's not to mention the 14 bands which also spread across this time - some of which have put out our favourite records of recent times. Enough of the yacking, though, here's what we've got!
Friday 23 July - The Harley, Glossop Road:
Saturday 24 July - DiS New Music Stage, Barkers Pool:
Blood Red Shoes
The Twilight Sad
Love at Death Beach
Sunday 25 July - The Foundry, Sheffield University:
Three Trapped Tigers
Smokers Die Younger
Of course, there's a hell of a lot more bands playing the weekend, including a whole stage curated by Rolo Tomassi. That's pretty neat. Plus, I'm sure you'll be very pleased to know that Olly Murs is also playing the main stage on Sunday. That's a draw. I'm not joking. Better than Joe McElderberry, isn't he?
More information on Tramlines can be found here.