- 20 May 19
New acts announced will join the likes of Skepta, Earl Sweatshirt, Elbow and Kojaque.
Dublin's Fontaines DC and six more acts have been added to the line up of Forbidden Fruit, taking place on the June bank holiday weekend.
Other acts announced include Chaos in the CBD, Lava La Rue, Mathman, Al Gibbs, Kodu and Malaki. They will be joining the ranks of other artists such as Skepta, Mura Masa, Elbow, Danny Brown, Paul Kalkbrenner, Jon Hopkins, Saint Sister, Laurent Garnier, Earl Sweatshirt, Peggy Gou, Ry X, Julien Baker, Kojaque and Mahalia.
Fontaine's DC are a post punk band from Dublin city, they have released four critically acclaimed AA side singles and were A-listed on BBC Radio 6 Music. With a US tour on the cusp of selling out, the band are returning to Ireland for their biggest home gig yet.
Chaos in The CBD is the brainchild of New Zealand brothers Ben and Louis Helliker-Hales, they invoke house with a injection of jazz into their work.
Lava La Rue who releases music as an inidividual and a part of the Nine 8 Collective, just 20 years old, La Rue has found her niche in dreamy lo-fi hip-hop.
One half of the Mango X MathMan Duo, MathMan is a respected producer who was creative director The Story of Hip-Hop with RTÉ Concert Orchestra last year.
You can hear DJ Al Gibbs on FM104 with his hit show 'Freaks on a Friday' and is known for his Ibiza sound, supporting interntional DJs like Deadmau5, Sasha and Digweed.
Limerick's own Kodu has an electronic melting pot sound, combining the esteemed electronica with jazz, funk, groove and world music.
Malaki is a Dublin rapper whose style varirs from hip-hop to spoken words, he tackles social and political issues prevalent in the fair city.
Tickets are currently on-sale and available on Ticketmaster. The festival takes place from June 1-3.