Bob Moses, Tycho and Clams Casino are also billed for the Australian tour this summer.
The touring one-dayer, which started out as an intimate street party in Melbourne back in 2005, now hits five cities around the country, as well as stops in Singapore and Auckland. Along with a wide array of bands, this summer's festival features Floating Points' full live band making their debut in the region. Other acts on the electronic tip include NYC-based duo Bob Moses, New Jersey rap producer Clams Casino and Ghostly International staple Tycho. The Australian scene is represented by artists like Roland Tings, GL and Nick Murphy, formerly known as Chet Faker.
The Australian circuit starts on January 26th at Brisbane Showgrounds, then moves to Footscray Community Arts Centre in Melbourne on the 28th, Hart's Mill in Adelaide on February 3rd and the Sydney College of the Arts on the 4th. Esplanade Park is the final stop in Fremantle on February 5th.
You can check out the full lineup on the Laneway Festival website.
Jan 26 St Jerome's Laneway Fest.., Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane Jan 28 St Jerome's La.., Footscray Community Arts Centre, Melbourne Feb 03 St Jerome's Laneway Festival 2017, Hart's Mill, Adelaide Feb 04 St Jerome's Laneway .., Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney Feb 05 St Jerome's Laneway Festival 2017, Esplanade Park, Perth