End of the Road Festival 2013: Eels join lineup

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Eels lead today's twenty-band announcement for the End of the Road Festival, joining a bill topped by Belle and Sebastian, Sigur Rós and David Byrne & St Vincent.

In A - Z order, the following artists are confirmed today: Bob Lind, Charlie Boyer and the Voyeurs, Eyes and No Eyes, Deptford Goth, Doug Paisley, Dutch Uncles, Ed Harcourt, Eels, Fossil Collective, Futur Primitif, Houndmouth, Ichi, Julianna Barwick, Parquet Courts, Rachael Dadd, Ralfe Band, Rm Hubbert, Seventeen Evergreen, Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings and Valerie June.

Published on 11 April 2013 by Ben Robinson

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