Protomartyr and Glasvegas announced for Glasgow's Stag & Dagger

Glasgow's multi-venue Stag & Dagger festival returns this May with sets due from Detroit's Protomartyr as well as an anniversary show from Glasgow's own Glasvegas

Feature by Music Team | 05 Feb 2018

Stag & Dagger festival returns to Glasgow this spring for an all-dayer on Sunday 6 May featuring a special anniversary show from Glasvegas, who celebrate ten years since the release of their eponymous debut this year.

As well as Glasvegas, Stag & Dagger, which falls on the first of two Bank Holiday weekends in May, will also feature a live performance from Protomartyr, the post-punk four-piece from Detroit, Michigan whose fourth studio album Relatives in Descent featured in our top ten albums of 2017; Leeds alt-rock band Pulled Apart by Horses are also set to play alongside the likes of Japanese noise rockers Bo Ningen, and Newcastle upon Tyne duo Warm Digits, whose single End Times featuring Field Music is a banger if ever we heard one.

The line-up announced so far:

Autumns, Black Waters, Bloody Knees, Bo Ningen, Calva Louise, Cheap Teeth, Dale Barclay & Laura St Jude, Dama Scout, The Dunts, Edwin Organ, Fauves, Freakwave, Giant Party, Glasvegas, Good Morning, Homeslice, Lady Bird, Life, Medicine Men, Milk Disco, Otzeki, Pleasure Heads, Protomartyr, Pulled Apart By Horses, Rascalton, Retro Video Club, Shambolics, The Slow Readers Club, Sway, The Vegan Leather, Tongue Trap, Underwater Boys, Vacations, VIDA, Voodos, Warm Digits, Declan Welsh & the Decadant West, West Princes, Yak and Yassassin.

Stag & Dagger takes place across various venues, Glasgow, 6 May from 2pm until 3am; tickets are on sale now and priced at £25 +bf