The Lathums for special guest headline set at Neighbourhood Festival 2022
27 September 2022, 11:30 | Updated: 27 September 2022, 12:26
The How Beautiful Life Can Be band have been added to the festival, alongside The Snuts, Everything Everything and Sundara Karma.
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The Lathums have been confirmed for Neighbourhood Festival 2022.
The Wigan outfit are set to play a special guest headline slot at the festival, which takes place this Saturday 1st October in Manchester City Centre.
The group - made up of Alex Moore, Scott Concepcion and Ryan Durrans - will play the Manchester Academy, marking their first show in the city since their date at O2 Victoria Warehouse last October.
HUGE news! @TheLathums will be performing at Neighbourhood Festival this weekend. They take on Manchester Academy at 4.15pm. We are buzzing!— Neighbourhood (@NBHDFestival) September 26, 2022
Keep an eye out for more secret guests to be announced this week 👀 Final remaining tickets are on sale now: https://t.co/tuEU9Ne3tf pic.twitter.com/yuBBZB1AMm
The band will join previously announced headliners The Snuts, Everything Everything and Sundara Karma.
Also on the bill are the likes of Alfie Templeman, Baby Queen, Dylan, Lauran Hibbert, Louis Dunford, Rachel Chinnouriri, Sir Chloe, STONE, Ten Tonnes, The Skinner Brothers, Brooke Combe and more.
Visit neighbourhoodfestival.com for the full line-up and to buy tickets.
The Las Vegas rockers also paid tribute to the band when they played Austria, with Brandon Flowers performing their How Beautiful Life Can Be track and inviting frontman Alex Moore to duet with him on stage.
Speaking to the crowd at Wiener Stadthalle in Vienna, Austria on Tuesday 13th July, the Las Vegas rocker explained: "We have had the great pleasure of playing a few shows with the Lathums. They're a great band from the UK and they're from Wigan, right?"He added:
"I first heard about them from this song. It's called How Beautiful Life Can Be and it's a beautiful song. We’re going to share it with you now."
The Lathums shared the incredible moment on Twitter, with the caption: "When Brandon Flowers of @thekillers asks you to sing one of your own songs live in Vienna".
The Killers perform How Beautiful Life Can Be with The Lathums’ Alex Moore