This article was published in 2012.

Azealia Banks, Gryff Rhys and Leeds band Pulled Apart by Horses have all been announced this week as headliners at Rough Beats Festival.

Rough Beats Festival takes place between 8th and 10th June in Clapham, Yorkshire. Pulled Apart by Horses will headline the Friday night.

Also playing are Mahala Rai Banda, KCC Orchestra, Cock n Bull Kid with lots more artists on the Rough Beats Festival website.

Rough Beats Festival started as a party and has grown by word of mouth from just 100 guests in 2003, to 1500 in 2011 and 3000 in 2012. The event runs from 1pm Friday 8th June until 11pm Sunday 10th June.

Weekend tickets are £65 and include camping and day tickets are £30 and include camping until 10am the next morning.

Speaking about this year's event, Michael McSherry, Festival Director, said:

"We're incredibly excited about this line-up, we've come a long way since we started out in 2003 to this very credible international programme which stands up along side any other in the UK this summer."

"We're also delighted to welcome back Pulled Apart by Horses who played as an unknown local act just four years ago and return as bonafide headliners following rave reviews for their sell-out live shows and new album."

Watch a video about Rough Beats Festival below:

Tickets can be purchased from Jumbo Records in Leeds.