The 2013 bands will include Fat Freddy's Drop, Xavier Rudd and Bastille headlining the show in Bundoran, Co Donegal, from June 21 to 23.
What does FFD stand for?
FFD stands for Fat Freddy's Drop (band)
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FAT FREDDY'S DROP Pull The Catch VERDICT: ***** UB40 springs to mind as this reggae- infused single from the New Zealand collective wends its relaxed way into the brain.
nope) and Fat Freddy's Drop (sorry, what was the first one again?
The first batch of main musical acts confirmed include Alex Wilner aka The Field, New Zealand's Fat Freddy's Drop, the USA's Toro Y Moi and UK electronic music pioneers Lamb make a welcome return to the fold after two years.
But the latest single by New Zealand seven-piece Fat Freddy's Drop was conceived during a laid-back fishing trip.
There are a million and one more amazing acts announced for this year's festival - Gil Scott-Heron, Fat Freddy's Drop, Modest Mouse, The National, Mumford & Sons, Seasick Steve, Breakestra - and a million and one more to come.