Finalising their lineup for 2020, Cross The Tracks have revealed that both Khruangbin and The Cinematic Orchestra will headline the one-day festival alongside Sister Sledge.

Since their celebrated Coachella set last year, Khruangbin have blossomed from cult-favourites to bonafide purveyors of eclecticism, merging elements from Thai-funk, hip-hop, Middle-Eastern and psychedelic music. With a third full-length album in the works, here's to hoping they'll bring new material with them to Brockwell Park.

The latest announcement also sees The Cinematic Orchestra join the roster; the British group have progressively sharpened their immersive, scenic brand of electronica throughout their career, exemplified on 2019's To Believe.

Sharing the limelight with legendary soul troupe Sister Sledge, Cross The Track's diverse roster welcomes artists ranging from jazz, soul, R&B, world, and funk genres, including the likes of Madlib, Tinariwen, Gilles Peterson, Norman Jay MBE, Sudan Archives, Greentea Peng, Sadar Bahar, Coops, Neue Grafik Ensemble, and many more.

With an onus on environmentally insightful policies and impressive lineup, Cross The Tracks is shaping up to be sublime sun-soaked Sunday affair.

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