A second wave of artists has been announced who will join headliners Vampire Weekend, St Vincent, Feist and Yo La Tengo on the eclectic line-up for End of the Road 2018.

Prolific punk-rock experimenter Billy Childish will appear fronting his latest spirit-of-’77 fuelled project Wild Billy Childish & CTMF following the release of their fifth studio album ‘Brand New Cage’ last year.

Indie garage-rockers Shannon and the Clams, known for their mix of doo-wop, classic R&B and surf, join the line-up in support of their latest record ‘Onion’ which came out earlier this year.

French psychedelic group The Limiñanas will also appear. Known for their collaborations with Anton Newcombe of The Brian Jonestown Massacre, who also produced their latest record ‘Shadow People’, the duo blend the sound of vintage 60’s pop with fuzzy guitar and organ jams.

Infamous for their visceral and raucous live sets, supergroup Warmduscher (fronted by Clams Baker of Paranoid London and backed by members of Mutado Pintado, Fat White Family, Paranoid London, Childhood and Insecure Men) join the bill for some wild rock‘n’roll action.

A special performance by Stealing Sheep will mark the centenary of suffrage with a brand new performance inspired by the suffragette movement. ‘Stealing Sheep’s Suffragette Tribute’ will bring together female musicians with design, AV and production students to create a marching band and procession featuring brand new music inspired by women, equality and empowerment.

Among the other artists announced are the ‘90s influenced alt-rockers The Orielles, singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus, Nashville native Soccer Mommy and Texan vocalist and guitarist Josh T. Pearson of acclaimed group Lift To Experience.

Tickets are available via the End of the Road website.