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The Smashing Pumpkins, Noel Gallagher, Greta Van Fleet and others are the latest additions to Mad Cool 2019’s lineup. The Spanish festival will take place in Madrid between 11 and 13 July.
American rock legends The Smashing Pumpkins have been added to the lineup along with another twelve acts. New names also include Wolfmother, Teenage Fanclub, Jorja Smith, Bonobo and Jon Hopkins.
Last year, the festival won the Festileaks Award for Best Lineup. With names like these, it is already looking to repeat that in 2019.
Here you can see the complete lineup so far:
⚡️⚡️ @SmashingPumpkin @NoelGallagher @GretaVanFleet @JorjaSmith @si_bonobo @Jon_Hopkins_ @TheHives @KAYTRANADA @wolfmother @TeenageFanclub @alizzzmusic @rollingbcf y @LewisCapaldi entre las nuevas incorporaciones al cartel! #MadCool2019 #MC19MediaDay ⚡️⚡️ pic.twitter.com/2jKTxJXxSh
— Mad Cool Festival (@madcoolfestival) November 29, 2018
The Smashing Pumpkins
The Smashing Pumpkins are an alternative rock band from Chicago, Illinois. They were formed in 1988. The band released their debut album Gish in 1991. It received largely enthusiastic reviews from the media. However, the band became more famous to the public with their later albums Siamese Dream and Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness. The band has undergone many lineup changes. However they are still considered one of the most successful and critically acclaimed bands of the 1990s. Their diverse sound usually contains elements of various music genres. These include psychedelic and progressive rock, and electronica. In 2018, three out of four original members reunited for the first time since 2000. They went on a worldwide tour, with its first leg taking place in the US this summer. Their latest album was released only a few weeks ago.
Mad Cool 2019
Mad Cool is an annual music festival held in Madrid. Even with its youth the festival already managed to get a huge variety of major names to play each year. Foo Fighters, Pearl Jam, The Who, Arctic Monkeys, Green Day and The Prodigy are among the names who featured on its poster over the last four years.