Hailing from Chicago, Illinois; Wilco have become world renowned as is their phenomenal live show. The current incarnation of the band has been the lineup which which has been together the longest and they’ve galvanized and are now capable of performing absolutely breath taking live shows.
Mexicans Rodrigo Sanchez and Gabriela Quintero are not unfamiliar with the world stage. These two have gained large amounts of critical acclaim with their very unique style of Latino guitar. Even just seeing video footage of them perform is mind blowing let alone having the privilege to see them perform live.
Crystal Fighters are a genre bending, Spanish/English seven piece. Formed in 2007 their sound is an amalgamation of folk, elecotronica and synth pop and merges into something completely original. These guys have become well know for energetic live shows and will be perfect on a sunny afternoon.
Anybody I know who have listened to, To Kill A King have fallen in love with them almost instantly. Charming folk rock and perfect to chill out too.
Having released his debut album back in May, King Charles has hit up almost every festival in the country. Luckily for us he isn’t leaving out Wilderness and I’m sure the Oxfordshire countryside would be the perfect environment for the King’s brilliantly contagious pop music.
Alternative rockers Spiritualized have been together for over 2 decades now and released their seventh album ‘Sweet Heart Sweet Light’ earlier this year. These guys have been around the block a few times and they are very used to playing big crowds.
Sunderland’s indie rockers have never been in the lime light in the same way as their contemporaries however they are loved by the likes of Maximo Park, The Futureheads and Belle & Sebastian.
After hitting mainstream success after their track ‘Sweet Disposition’ was in hit movie 500 Days Of Summer, they will be playing one of their few UK festival appearances at this years Wilderness.
Local folk rockers will be making an appearance at Wilderness. Coming from just down the road in the City of Oxford they have already tasted the sweet taste of success after their debut album peaked to number 14 in the UK album charts.