Nestled amongst the picturesque Brecon Beacons in Wales you’ll find yourself one of Great Britain’s best kept festival secrets: Green Man. The August weekender has long been a catalyst for the increased growth of beautiful indie and raucous garage rock, gaining new prominence in the last few years as the likes of King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, PJ Harvey and Future Islands topped its billings. This year’s larger than life line-up boasts another exquisite array of artists, among them headliners Yo La Tengo, Four Tet and Father John Misty. Jan Rijk spent the weekend in Wales, and here’s the second half of what he returned with.

TINY RUINS

Tiny Ruins

STEREOLAB

Stereolab Stereolab Stereolab Stereolab

STELLA DONNELLY

Stella Donnelly Stella Donnelly

SONS OF KEMET

Sons Of Kemet Sons Of Kemet

LAMB

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CAR SEAT HEADREST

Car Seat Headrest Car Seat Headrest

BIG THIEF

Big Thief Big Thief Big Thief

AIDAN MOFFAT & RM HUBBERT

Aidan Moffat & RM Hubbert Aidan Moffat & RM Hubbert Aidan Moffat & RM Hubbert Aidan Moffat & RM Hubbert

A CERTAIN RATIO

A Certain Ratio

YAK

Yak Yak Yak

THE GROWLERS

The Growlers The Growlers The Growlers The Growlers

SHARON VAN ETTEN

Sharon van Etten Sharon van Etten Sharon van Etten

JAMES YORKSTON

James Yorkston James Yorkston James Yorkston James Yorkston James Yorkston

IDLES

Idles Idles Idles Idles Idles

EELS

Eels Eels Eels Eels

ALDOUS HARDING

Aldous Harding Aldous Harding Aldous Harding

BURNING OF THE GREEN MAN

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