The British hit trio Years & Years have just confirmed that they will perform on EXIT’s main stage on Friday, July 7th! Hits of this band have been all over the world’s radio stations in the last few years, with several receiving constant daily play, with “King”, “Shine”, “Desire”, “Take Shelter”, “Eyes Shut”, “Worship” and others leading the fray. Up until another EXIT star, Rag’N’Bone Man, took over with “Human”, the “Communion” album by Years & Years was the fastest selling debut album of this decade, and also the first on the British album top list!
After having already enchanted audiences at Glasto, Coachella, Lollapalooza and other leading festivals of the world, they are arriving to EXIT bringing new songs written in collaboration with the electro-pop icons, Pet Shop Boys. Another hit-master is coming to the fortress, in the form of Lost Frequencies! After blowing away the crowd at Sea Dance last July, he is bringing several new hits, including “Beautiful Life” and the new version of the 90s cult hit “What Is Love”! Main stage will reach boiling point this year, as the Dutch bass superstars, Noisia, are bringing their live show, eponymous to their “Outer Edges” album. Whoever had the opportunity to watch this visual spectacle will tell you only one thing: train hard!
The Fusion stage is also getting filled – alongside the cult punks The Damned new act confirmed for one of the favourite stages at EXIT is a real princess– not from a fairytale though, but from New York ghetto! Straight from Spanish Harlem, Princess Nokia is coming to the fortress with hit songs “Kitana” and “Tomboy”. Princess Nokia is the alter ego collective by Destiny Ortiz, rapper whose skills came to the fore when she was joined by Chris “Owwwls” Lara, famous for the production of Azealia Banks.
Dragana Kostica is the Belgrade-based editor in chief and founder of Still in Belgrade art, culture and club scene magazine. She holds a Master of Arts in Cultural Policy and Management in Arts (MA of Arts) and a Bachelor degree in Archaeology.