Pile join Martha and Bilge Pump at Oxford’s If Not Now, When? festival

Boston noise rockers Pile have been added to the bill for Oxford DIY all-dayer If Not Now, When? The band – whose seventh album Green and Gray came out earlier this month – will headline alongside Durham DIY indie punks Martha and post punk legends Bilge Pump when the festival returns for its third year on Saturday 14th September.

Enjoy the irresistible hard edges of the album’s lead single The Soft Hands of Stephen Miller here:

Also announced today are indie rockers Schande, the interestingly named Radisson Blue, Nottingham’s Blessed Twins, Beat Combo (formerly Pre-Birds), twiddly rockers Spank Hair, art pop maestro Jack Goldstein, and prog poppers Limpet Space Race.

They join a bill that already features Chorusgirl, Nervous Twitch, Secret Power, Pet Crow, Natalie Evans, Theo, Murderach and Junk Whale.

More artists are due to be announced soon – but it’s already shaping up to be an essential date for the festival calendar. If Not Now, When? takes place across a number of stages at the East Oxford Community Centre and Fusion Arts, and tickets are available at We Got Tickets.

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