Tame Impala reveal more names for their UK exclusive show on Thursday 25 August, including new additions Omar Apollo, Working Men’s Club, Mattiel and Q. They join previously announced guests FKJ, Caroline Polachek, The Blaze, Dry Cleaning and Sudan Archives.
This news follows recent artist additions across the weekend: including H.E.R. and Lil Silva announced to join Disclosure on Saturday 27 August, and Kenny Beats to join Gorillaz on Friday 19 August.
Opening up the second weekend of All Points East is a much anticipated Tame Impala headline set on Thursday 25 August, with Kevin Parker’s transcendent outfit surging through the success of 2020 album The Slow Rush to become one of the biggest live acts in the world. As a writer and producer Parker has collaborated with The Weeknd, Travis Scott, SZA, Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Kali Uchis, Theophilus London, Miguel, A$AP Rocky and more, becoming a hugely sought after musician by both fans and peers around the globe.
Omar Apollo is one of music’s most exciting shape-shifters. After releasing 2020’s mixtape Apolonio, featuring fan favourite track ‘Want U Around’, Apollo shared his anticipated debut album Ivory earlier this year. The Latin GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter makes music that feels inventive and experimental, a bilingual fusion of funk, pop, electronic, hip-hop, reggaéton and corridos. He’s breaking new ground and never looking back, and All Points East are looking forward to having him perform in Victoria Park this summer.
Returning to All Points East this August is post-punk synthpop band, Working Men’s Club. Back in 2020, Working Men’s Club released their self-titled debut album – critically acclaimed and commercially loved, the record was a surprise and refreshing pandemic breakthrough. Fast forward to 2022, their follow-up and brand new offering Fear Fear came out just last week; dark, original and packed with alternative dance tracks.
Also on the line-up is Mattiel, a retro rock ’n’ roll duo from Atlanta. Their recent third album, 2022’s Georgia Gothic, incorporates touches of local Americana, pop and hip-hop, and was a welcome return to both critics and fans alike. Plus, Q will join the bill – the Florida singer/songwriter who infuses a laid-back R&B and soul sound with sensitivity and introspection.
Luno presents All Points East 2022 full line up: Gorillaz (Friday 19th August), APE Presents: Field Day, The Chemical Brothers and Kraftwerk (Saturday 20 August), Tame Impala (Thursday 25 August), The National (Friday 26 August), Disclosure (Saturday 27 August), Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds (Sunday 28 August).
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