Yazoo singer Alison Moyet and Jack Dee added to Latitude line-up

13:48 05 June 2014

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Doves guitarist Jimi Goodwin also joins the bill with debut solo album Odludek

Former Yazoo singer Alison Moyet and veteran Doves guitarist Jimi Goodwin top the list of late additions to the Latitude Festival line-up.

The pair join a host of big names already confirmed at the Suffolk festival, such as The Black Keys, David Albarn, Dara O’Brian and Simon Amstell.

Also added to the line-up at Henham Park this year are comedians Jack Dee and Mark Watson as well as Sommerset rockers Archie Bronson Outfit and electro DJs Simian Mobile Disco.

Tickets are still available for the festival, which won best line-up at last year’s UK Festival Awards and runs from July 17 to 20.

For a full list of acts added to the bill go to latitudefestival.com/news/more-names-added-line

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