Rhythm and Vines lineup announced

Last updated 07:38 31/07/2014

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Chart-topping British indie band Bastille will headline this year's Rhythm and Vines music festival.

The line-up for the popular event, held at Waiohika Estate in Gisborne from December 29-31, has been released.

Bastille formed in London in 2010 when singer-songwriter Dan Smith decided as to form a band. Chris Wood, William Farquarson and Kyle Simmons complete the group's line-up.

Their debut single Overjoyed was released in 2012. It was followed-up with the Bad Blood, which debuted in 2013 at the top of the UK album charts.

They're sold over more than 2 million records in the UK and have been nominated for several Brit Awards.

Bastille has been nominated for several Brit Award, including Breakthrough Act and British Group.

The rest of the Rhythm'n'Vines lineup features Zane Lowe, London Elektricity, Netsky, The Cuban Brothers, KiNK, Little May, Estere and Holly Arrowsmith.

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- The Dominion Post

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