Angie McMahon, Hatchie and more join the Laneway '18 bill

Angie McMahon, Hatchie and more join the Laneway '18 bill

This year's triple j Unearthed winners include some of Australia's most promising names in pop, indie and rap.

Header photo by Lost Without A Trace. Check out the highlights of Laneway Festival 2017 HERE.

With the festival kicking off next month, this year's Laneway Festival has been loaded with late additions and special guests. POND and Stranger Things synth-wizards SURVIVE were added to the festival's full five stops, and others including Kirin J Callinan, Client Liaison, Baker Boy and Stella Donnelly have been announced for selected shows across the country. This year's triple j Unearthed winners are the final additions to the already heavy line-up, with the five promising names only cementing Laneway's 2018 billing as one which peers into the future instead of relying on nostalgia and expensive, chart-topping powerhouses to push tickets.

Hottest 100 favourite Angie McMahon will kick off what will no doubt be a big 2018 with an early-afternoon slot at Melbourne's Laneway leg, while shoegaze-pop favourite and one our personal highlights of 2017 Hatchie will charm the punters in Brisbane. Future Classic's Exhibitionist – one to watch in 2018 – will open things up in Sydney, with Paradise Club and Perth hip-hop newcomer T$oko playing in Adelaide and Fremantle respectively. Grab those final tickets HERE.

Laneway 2018 Line-Up:

Aldous Harding
Alex Cameron
Amy Shark
Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals
BABADNOTGOOD (exclusive to Laneway)
Billie Eilish
Bonobo (exclusive to Laneway)
Cable Ties
City Calm Down
Dream Wife
Father John Misty
Kirin J Callinan**
KLLO**
Loyle Carner
Mac DeMarco
Miss Blanks
Moses Sumney
ODESZA (exclusive to Laneway)
Pond
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
(Sandy) Alex G
Shame
Slowdive
S U R V I V E
Sylvan Esso
The Babe Rainbow**
The Internet
The War On Drugs
TOKiMONSTA
Wolf Alice (exclusive to Laneway)
Baker Boy (Melbourne only)
Billy Davis and the Good Lords (Melbourne only)
Spike Fuck (Melbourne only)
Client Liaison (Adelaide only)
Stella Donnelly (Fremantle only)
Angie McMahon (Melbourne only)
T$oko (Fremantle only)
Hatchie (Brisbane only)
Exhibitionist (Sydney only)
Paradise Club (Adelaide only)

** not playing Fremantle.

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