Atlanta festival also promises Tenacious D, Fleet Foxes, The War on Drugs, Courtney Barnett, The Distillers, Julian Casablancas’ The Voidz, Franz Ferdinand, Jimmy Eat World, and more.
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Atlanta punk trio’s Nosebleed Weekend arrives in just a few days.
Atlanta trio continues to preview forthcoming album Nosebleed Weekend.
The lineup also includes The Kills, Jamie xx, Neon Indian, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, and more.