This article was published in 2014.

King of the Mountains Festival organisers have this week revealed the full music programme, with a number of Leeds bands joining an already impressive line up of national and local talent.

It's been another great year for the Leeds band Post War Glamour Girls, who released their debut album Pink Fur and are currently selling out shows all over the UK. They join the bill this coming July, along with Alaska and Cottonwoolf, who are about to release their debut EP.

The trio of Leeds additions join headliners Dry The River (Friday 4th July), Huw Stephens (DJ, Saturday 5th July) and Paul Thomas Saunders (Sunday 6th July), plus Sky Larkin, To Kill A King, Kyla La Grange, The Witch Hunt and many more.

King of the Mountains takes place in the idyllic village of Muker, Swaledale, and celebrates the best in live performance, culture and food from Yorkshire and beyond. On the 5th July, Le Tour de France passes right by the festival site.

Tickets are on sale now at