GLASTONBURY Festival has revealed its “larger than ever” line-up for the West Holts Stage, featuring headliners Little Simz, Róisín Murphy, and Bicep.

Festival co-organiser Emily Eavis revealed that rapper Little Simz would take one of the headline slots in an interview with Clara Amfo on BBC Radio 1 in February. 

Little Simz previously played a mid-afternoon set on the West Holts Stage in 2016, which she followed up with a Park Stage performance at the last festival in 2019.

She will take to the stage on Friday night alongside Sleaford Mods, Bonobo, Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, and American girl group TLC, who are perhaps best known for 1999 hit 'No Scrubs'.

'Overpowered' singer Murphy will top the bill on Saturday night before electonic music duo Bicep bring the curtain down on West Holts' weekend. 

The stage announcement on Glastonbury's website said: “Little Simz made her WH debut in 2016 with little more than an acoustic guitar for accompaniment but, now she’s a bona fide superstar, we’re going to see her take it to a whole new level. 

“Bicep are bringing the most spectacular production they’ve ever hosted and will pull off a closing party to remember.

“Between the two, Róisín Murphy takes the headline slot celebrating over twenty years of dropping bangers in her own uniquely flamboyant style.”

It added: “Alongside the headliners, highlights will include the mesmeric Arooj Aftab and the wild showmanship of Yves Tumor.

“Not only did TLC help invent contemporary R&B and become the best-selling girl group in US history, but their lyrics also tackled HIV and sexual harassment.

“Another incredibly influential act is Nightmares On Wax who make their WH debut with a massed collective of 16 musicians.

“Finally, they’ll be welcoming the queen of African music, Angelique Kidjo who’s collaborated with everyone from Burna Boy to Yo-Yo Ma in a history of musical diversity that reflects the soul of West Holts.”

There is now just under a month to go until Glastonbury Festival returns to Worthy Farm after two Covid-enforced cancellations.

American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish will headline the Pyramid Stage on Friday night following her storming set on the Other Stage in 2019.

Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney will top the bill on Saturday night for the second time in his career before rapper Kendrick Lamar brings the curtain down on Sunday.

Other confirmed acts in the full line-up include Lorde, Olivia Rodrigo, and Diana Ross.

Several other stages have had their acts revealed in recent weeks, including the Field of Avalon, Silver Hayes, the Acoustic Stage, Shagri-LaCroissant Neuf, and The Park.