Now, let's dive in. Norway's biggest pop star right now, Aurora, the irresistible indie-pop group Alvvays, the iconic Róisín Murphy, and hip hop's sassy new star Sexyy Red are just a taste of what's cooking in today's lineup.
Furthermore, we're rolling out the red carpet for a rave of epic proportions at the Orange Stage as we announce the American DJ and producer Skrillex, who has been on fire throughout 2023. He has released no less than two albums and been on an almost dreamlike club and festival tour both solo and alongside close friends and former Roskilde guests Four Tet and Fred again..
Influential voices from across the globe
Today, we're reaching all corners of the globe: from the popular Swedish folk-soul band Dina Ögon in the north to Mali's new Tuareg star Kader Tarhanine in the south, from the Honduran reggaeton party-starter Isabella Lovestory to Vietnam's critically acclaimed rave explorers Ran Cap Duoi.
But wait, there's more! Today's announcement is a feast of artists who have put out some of the best releases of the year. Poet and singer-songwriter Kara Jackson has astounded anyone with a soft spot for folk, blues, and soul-searching lyrics with the album Why Does The Earth Give Us People To Love, while Noname returns to the festival with the critically acclaimed new album Telefone in tow. Add in Welsh duo Overmono and the American-Korean hit-maker Yaeji who, in each their own way, blend 90's rave vibes and compelling techno with pop and deep emotions to perfection.
Swipe through all 23 new names below: