No mystery about Blissfields bill toppers

First published in Music News

MYSTERY Jets and Bastille will top the bill at Hampshire’s Blissfields Festival this summer.

Pop heroes Mystery Jets first performed at the festival in 2005, the summer before their debut album Making Dens, and returned after a run of top 40 singles including The Boy Who Ran Away and gloriously catchy Two Doors Down.

Bastille are one of 2013’s most exciting breakthrough live acts, impressing with Dan Smith’s heart-breaking lyrics.

The frontman, pictured, told Your Entertainment: “We’re massively excited about our first ever headline slot at a festival, particularly because we love Blissfields so much and because they’ve been so supportive of us over the last couple of years.”

The award-winning festival, which takes place each July, will be celebrating all things film in its 13th year.

Expect a weekend full of red carpets, popcorn and film screenings from July 5 to 7 at Vicarage Farm.

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