The event, which was previously known as ‘Stag And Dagger’ has became an institution within the city and acted as a stepping stone for many acts to progress to wider acclaim.
Set to be headlined by acts such as Django Django, The Thurston Moore Band and hometown heroes Honeyblood; the new additions to the bill has incorporated not only a great deal of Scottish talent but also several bands from across Europe.
In addition to the fresh batch of bands, the festival’s organisers have also confirmed the screening of 1991: The Year That Punk Broke; and ‘Heaven Adores You’, a detailed account of Elliot Smith’s all too short life.
With more acts still to be announced, the latest artists to be confirmed are as follows:
The Academic, April Towers, C Duncan, Catholic Action, Declan Welsh, Hannah Lou Clark, Flo Morrissey, Hyena, Little Mammoths, Man Of Moon, Racing Glaciers, Samuel Ford, Sea Change, Service Bells, Spring King, Tenterhook, Tijuana Bibles, Vasa, Vladimir, Womps
Live At Glasgow will take place on Sunday 3rd May 2015, with tickets available here.