The Siren’s Call music and culture festival team from Den Atelier have announced the first acts for the sixth edition, which will take place in Luxembourg-Grund on Saturday 29 June 2024.

Bombay Bicycle Club are a British guitar rock band writing “songs for Saturday nights and songs for Sunday mornings” since their mid-teens. Known for records such as A Different Kind Of Fix (2011) and making a reappearance with So Long, See You Tomorrow (2014), and earning a nomination for the Mercury Music Prize in the same year. The band concluded the album’s cycle by selling out London’s Earls Court - the last show before it was demolished.

Natasha Khan is a London-based British-Pakistani artist who has performed under the moniker “Bat for Lashes” for the past fifteen years. She has released five albums as Bat for Lashes so far, three of which charted in the UK top ten. She also has Mercury Prize nominations, three BRIT Awards nominations and two Ivor Novello’s wins, for Song of the Year and Best Soundtrack in 2019. Several fashion campaigns (Thierry Mugler, Chanel, Gucci and Miu Miu) and films (The Twilight Saga and The Hunger Games) have used her soundtracks. Natasha Khan has performed globally at Coachella, Glastonbury, Latitude and Laneway and she has supported various bands such Radiohead, Coldplay and Depeche Mode on extensive tours.

Alvvays is a Canadian indie pop band whose third album, Blue Rev, was not meant to take five years, but after starting the project in the wake of their 2017 release, the band embarked on a creative journey. Working with Canadian Shawn Everett in a Los Angeles studio, they discarded meticulous plans and opted for a raw, tape-to-tape recording process. The album's core was captured in two full takes, followed by meticulous refinement in collaboration with Everett. The hybrid approach, with increased contributions from keyboardist Kerri MacLellan, led to a record filled with twists and surprises, showcasing the band's evolution and willingness to break patterns. Blue Rev was described as fun, often funny and noted as marking a high point in the band’s musical journey.

Tickets will be on sale from Friday 1 December 2023 at 10:00; free admission for children under the age of twelve. All children under the age of fourteen must be accompanied by an adult. Further information and tickets will be available online at