Portishead and Interpol are the first headliners confirmed to All Tomorrow’s Parties’ 2014 edition in Iceland. 

This year’s July 10-12 event takes place at Ásbrú, the former NATO base in Keflavík, which is 30 minutes from the capital Reykjavík.

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Neither of the two big headliners have played Iceland before. "Portishead have a rich history and close relationship with us, which started with them curating ATP back in 2007 after a long live-hiatus and being the first ever curators for the I'll Be Your Mirror series,” ATP founder Barry Hogan comments in a statement. “Interpol on the other hand," he adds, "while being long-time ATP favorites, have never played the event, and it's an exciting prospect that the eagerly awaited second Icelandic ATP will be their first."

Homegrown acts Sóley, For a Minor Reflection, Samaris, Low Roar, and Mammút will also play the 5,000 capacity-site. And a “large selection of international and Icelandic acts” will be announced in the weeks ahead, organizers say.

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The first installment of ATP Iceland was in 2013 and featured performances by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, among others.

This year’s event is expanding into a “takeover week of events” starting July 7 in Reykjavík with live concerts, an ATP Recordings showcase, art exhibitions, an ATP store, DJs and film screenings leading into the fest. Details will be announced shortly.