Other acts announced on the line-up, which spotlights “voices from the front line of the struggle in debate and performance”, include Deadletter, Crawlers, Billy Bragg, Delilah Bon, Kid Kapichi, Dréya Mac, Tom A. Smith, Lime Garden, Jamie Webster and Will Varley.
“Recharge your activism with this year’s @glastoleftfield line-up,” the festival posted on Instagram, which hosts “purveyors of pop and politics at Glastonbury since 2002”.
“As the shape of the post-pandemic world begins to form, it’s clear that people are more willing to stand up and be counted,” stage host Bragg wrote in a statement. “Workers are striking, agitators are mobilising, and the fight for truth and justice is becoming ever more urgent.
“At Left Field, we’re responding to this clamour by bringing you voices from the front line of the struggle in debate and performance. Whether it’s radical perspectives or great music you want, stand up and be counted at Left Field.”
Debates scheduled at the Left Field tent also include ‘Woman, Life, Freedom: Solidarity with Iran’, ‘One Minute to Midnight: Can Politics Deliver On Climate Action?’ and ‘Truth, Justice and Change For Grenfell?’
In March this year, Arctic Monkeys and Guns N’ Roses were named as the final two headliners at this year’s Glastonbury Festival — which runs from June 21-25 — joining the previously announced Elton John.
This weekend also saw the announcement of the Croissant Neuf stage, where the likes of Adwaith, Ailbhe Reddy and The Busy Twist will perform.
This weekend, Cardiff-based rising musician N’famady Kouyaté was announced as the winner of Glastonbury’s Emerging Talent Competition for 2023, with NME 100 stars for 2022: Prima Queen and VLURE winning runner-up positions. Founder Emily Eavis also announced that all nine finalists will get a slot to perform at this year’s festival