Wrong Festival have announced the full line up for the unmissable second outing of the veritable odd ball rock gathering. The event set to take place on 28th April at Liverpool Docklands has already sold out of early bird tickets, with £20 discounted advance tickets on sale now.

Cult Cardiff band Future of the Left which feature members of Mclusky and Million Dead, will be one of the headliners with Damo Sazuki and members of Mugstar announced as the other.

Also appearing will be Manchester’s political noise makers Gnod, doom-metal band Conan, Bristol brethren Spectres, Yorkshire men Bilge Pump, Irk and Thank, Birmingham garage punks Table Scraps as well as Death and the Penguin, Ohmns, Alpha Maid and Buried Sleeper.

Elsewhere on the bill, festival organisers Loner Noise Records will be showcasing their own raft of talent with bands from their roster including Elevant, SPQR, Gravves, Kapil Seshasayee, Black Pudding and Nasty Little Lonely.

Festival organiser Michael Edward commented on the additions: ““I’m incredibly proud of this line up. I always try to make my way to as many sets as possible when I put on the festival, in between all the running around organising things, and this year I’m going to have my work cut out. Gnod made my favourite record of last year. Conan are legends, and are one of Liverpool’s greatest bands. Spectres are an absolute hellscape.

“I’ve done my best to spoil everyone for choice from the top of the bill to the bottom, and with a breadth of genres from punk rock to psychedelia to doom metal to noise and even to dream pop. Some of these acts are genuine musical heroes of mine, so it’s an honour to be able to put on an event like this. It’s also nice to feature most of the Loner Noise roster once again. Really it’s just a cross section of bands that I adore, and I hope everyone else will too.”

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