Bon Iver joins the Mad Cool Festival line up

American indie folk band founded in 2006 by singer-songwriter Justin Vernon, BON IVER joins the Mad Cool Festival 2019 line up!

From his humble beginnings in 2008, when he recorded ‘For Emma, Forever Ago’ in a cabin in Wisconsin, BON IVER has achieved the impressive feat of creating incredibly experimental music and at the same time fill arenas. The creative force behind BON IVER is called Justin Vernon, a genuine “artist of artists”, whose influence can be heard in all kinds of genres. Something that can be seen in his collaborations with artists as diverse as Kanye West, Vince Staples or James Blake.

After ‘For Emma, Forever Ago’ Bon Iver has published two other studio albums: the namesake ‘Bon Iver’ (2011) and ’22, A Million ‘(2016), as well as two albums as Volcano Choir and another as Big Red Machine, his project in collaboration with Aaron Dessner of The National.

Also joining next summers festival line up are THE SNUTS & MILK TEETH.

Having been compared with the Arctic Monkeys, Kings Of Leon or Oasis, the West Lothian quartet THE SNUTS have become a real phenomenon in Scotland thanks to word of mouth. Their overflowing energy, their charisma and their growing catalog of hymns is turning them into a cult band.

With their first concert as headliners in Glasgow they hung the “no tickets” sign in a matter of hours. A dynamic that would repeat itself in Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Dundee and Manchester. With such support in their home country, THE SNUTS are determined to bring their rock and roll manifesto around the world. A particular crusade that will undoubtedly help her concert in Mad Cool Festival 2019.

The rocking and catchy MILK TEETH have long captivated audiences around the world thanks to their energetic direction and promise to come to Madrid with a desire to party. Led by precocious singer Becky Bloomfield, their debut album ‘Vile Child’ has received numerous accolades. Since they signed with Roadrunner Records their immense potential has not stopped growing.