Find out more about the rescheduled UK premiere live concert performance.
Community Festival organisers have added more acts to the 2018 bill,.
Marmozets, Sam Fender, Bad Sounds, Yungblud, King Nun, Ten Tonnes and Belako will join the bill which already includes headliners Two Door Cinema Club and more.
Community Festival will take place on Sunday 1 July 2018 at Finsbury Park in London.
Get to know the latest additions below.
The Yorkshire quintet dropped their incredible sophomore album, Knowing What You Know Now, last week. With high praise across the board, it’s already on track for being one of the most exciting rock releases of 2018.
Tipped by the BBC Sound of 2018, Sam Fender emerged with his debut single Play God last year. He has since attracted high-profile fans including BBC Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac.
Supported by MTV and BBC Radio 1, five-piece Bad Sounds are fronted by brother duo Ewan and Callum. They’ll be bringing their old school hip-hop meets heavy bass and big beats to Finsbury Park.
Hailed by NME as “the future”, Yungblud blends contemporary poetry with ska.
London alt-rockers King Nun have been making waves of the past few months. Labelled by DIY Magazine as “pretty damn special”, they join the Community Festival bill.
Singer-songwriter Ethan Barnett has been tipped for big things. Under the moniker Ten Tonnes, he arrive sin Finsbury Park for the festival on Sunday 1 July 2018.
The final addition to the festival are Spanish rockers Belako who arrive in Finsbury Park off the back of their well-received world tour.
The latest additions join the already confirmed Two Door Cinema CLub, The Vaccines, You Me At Six, Circa Waves,Ray Boy, Sundara Karma, Tom Grennan and Pale Waves. More announcements are still to come.
Tickets for Community Festival are on sale now at £40 plus booking fees through Ticketmaster.co.uk.