The Seattle singer-songwriter is joined by LA musician Harrison Whitford.
Celebrating its fifteenth year, organisers of Dot To Dot Festival have confirmed the event will return this May.
The three-day touring music festival showcases some of the best new artists from around the globe and takes place across multiple venues in Manchester on Friday 22 May, Bristol on Saturday 23 May and Nottingham on Sunday 24 May 2020.
Organisers have also confirmed their first wave of artists announced for the festival, including the news that Leicester five piece Easy Life are set to headline.
The band arrive at Dot To Dot fresh from finishing as runners up on the prestigious BBC Sound Of Poll 2020 and are currently preparing for the release of their forthcoming new mixtape Junk Food.
Junk Food features the band’s latest single Sangria and features fellow BBC Sound Of nominee Arlo Parks.
For the first time ever Dot To Dot will feature a jazz stage on each leg of the festival, with the first act announced for the stage as South East London collective Steam Down.
Also confirmed to appear at Dot To Dot 2020 this May are Wakefield acoustic soul makers Skinny Living, Portland singer songwriter Alexandra Savior, Chartreuse, Drug Store Romeos, Gracey, Taylor Janzen, Pist Idiots, Aaron Smith and Spacey Jane.
Dot To Dot is a metropolitan festival which takes over some of the best music venues across Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham over May bank holiday weekend. The festival aims to showcase the hottest new music and alumni include The 1975, The xx, Florence + The Machine, Dua Lipa, Mumford And Sons, Foals and loads more.
Last year’s event saw record breaking sales, with over 15,000 revellers catching ferocious sets from the likes of Swim Deep, Dream Wife and Crystal Fighters.
Dot To Dot Festival 2020 will be headlined by Easy Life.
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