Get excited! Pitchfork Music Festival have announced their second wave of artists for this year’s Parisian indie festival.

Pitchfork Music Festival Paris’ eighth edition is set to be banger after only two announcements. As always since 2011, the festival will be held at the Grande Halle de la Villette across the first three days of November.

Produced by Super Parisian, the existing lineup consists of a variety of genres and nationalities: Wisconsin indie folk band Bon Iver, Swedish electronic artist Fever Ray, Canadian singer-songwriter Mac DeMarco and New York soul artist Blood Orange.

As if that wasn’t enough, Super Parisian have rolled out a second wave of artists which gives the lineup that extra pop. Joining the initial four announced artists will be Julian Casablancas’ (The Strokes) American rock band The Voidz, German DJ Stefan Kozalla better known as DJ Koze, Portland indie rockers Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks, London pop punk trio Dream Wife and immensely popular Scottish synth-pop trio CHVRCHES.

Try and contain your excitement and get control of your mouse! Currently 3 day passes are on sale which you can purchase here.  Day tickets have yet to be released but who would want a day ticket anyway?

Pitchfork Music Festival Paris takes place on 1, 2 and 3 November at Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris. For more information, visit: