Every year Lost Village invites an abundance of the most important and innovative bands and DJs; creating a sonic tapestry that lilts between red-hot emerging names and established luminaries in equal measure. A dynamic and gender balanced assembly of artists combine to create the perfect score for a lost weekend.
After announcing their reformation in late 2019, Bombay Bicycle Club have once again captured the hearts of music fans the world over. Their evergreen melodies, polymath instrumentation and articulate storytelling are once again in full force on ‘Everything Else Has Gone Wrong’ – their new critically acclaimed album that’s amassing streams in the millions.
Four Tet has consistently defied formulas and trends for the last 20 years. Now firmly in the upper echelons of electronic music with recent single ‘Baby’ dropping just last week, his tenacious approach to artistic originality make his performances unmissable and unpredictable. His last appearance at Lost Village is still being talked about today – his return is something everyone has been wishing for since.
Another artist who has unquestionably reshaped the world of electronic music is Bonobo. Since the inception of Lost Village there has been one artist who has constantly been requested and widely considered as one of the most fitting names to accompany a weekend in the woods. The prophets have spoken and 2020 sees Bonobo make his Lost Village debut.
Kojey Radical’s ever-evolving sound, mesmerising live performances and sky-high charisma have positioned him as one of the most vital UK artists of our time. His most recent album ‘Cashmere Tears’ spans conscious rap, funk, spoken word and beyond, as he flexes his creative muscles to a whole new level. Another unmissable Lost Village moment.
The aforementioned names are but a snapshot of the Lost Village landscape. With huge names such as Floating Points, Honey Dijon, Django Django, Ross From Friends, The Big Moon and Dixon appearing alongside rising stars such as India Jordan, TSHA, Arlo Parks and Eris Drew, it’s easy to see why Lost Village has become such an exciting proposition.
Next batch of tickets on sale 10am Friday 31st January here.