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Just Mustard form part of strong indie lineup for End of the World

Just Mustard
Dundalk-based band Just Mustard.

Dundalk-based band Just Mustard have been added to the bill of September’s End of the World festival in Dorset, sharing a bill some some of the biggest names in alternative music at the moment.

The five piece fronted by Katie Ball join the headliners Pixies plus a host of top acts including Little Simz and The Comet Is Coming, both of whom were nominated for the Mercury Music Prize last year and whose albums featured in the BBC Radio 6 Music Albums of the Year list.


Other acts on the bill for the End of the World festival include Angel Olsen, Richard Hawley, Field Music, Richard Dawson, Warmduscher, Squid, Girl Ray and Black County, New Road. The festival takes place between September 3 and 6 at Larmer Tree Gardens in Dorset.

In March, the band are off to Texas for SXSW Festival – the biggest alternative music industry event – to perform a showcase.

Just Mustard’s debut album ‘Wednesday’ was nominated for a Choice Music Prize in 2018. They followed it up with two singles ‘Frank // October’ and Seven last year. You can listen to Just Mustard among more local acts, the best of Irish and our own personal favourites on the LouthNow.ie Office Playlist on Spotify.

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