No Tomorrow Festival 2015 welcomes a handful of further additions to their already exciting line-up; Milky Chance, Gorgon City and Nick Mulvey are the latest to join the ever-growing bill for Nottingham's most unmissable weekend of the Summer.

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They will be joining with the likes of already announced artists James Bay, John Newman, Jessie Ware and MNEK for the second year of No Tomorrow Festival, which is taking place at Nottingham's Wollaton Park from June 6th to 7th. Other new announcements were SOAK, Karen Harding, JP Cooper, Zak Abel, My Nu Leng, Justin Martin and Grades.

German electro-pop duo Milky Chance are a welcome addition, having this year already won a European Border Breakers Award for their 2013 debut album 'Sadnecessary', featuring Platinum single 'Stolen Dance'. The band, who performed on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' in October last year, have been touring around the UK and Europe since February and now plan to hit the US before returning in the Summer.

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Milky Chance join the festival line-up

Gorgon City re-unite with MNEK, whom they collaborated with on their first major hit 'Ready for Your Love'; we're expecting a seriously awesome live reunion! The London garage twosome hit the top 10 in the UK Albums Chart with last year's debut 'Sirens' and have most recently found themselves working with Jennifer Hudson on the single 'Go All Night'.

More: Read our review of 'Sirens'

Mercury Prize-nominated Nick Mulvey brings his uplifting folk rock to No Tomorrow - and a fair few other places because the London singer/songwriter is looking at a non-stop of run of shows this year. He'll be touring across the UK and Europe throughout the Spring and Summer months, with further festival appearances at Kendal Calling, Wilderness, Boardmasters, Y Not Festival and Pinkpop. Mulvey released his debut album 'First Mind' in May last year.

More: Watch Nick Mulvey perform single 'Cucurucu' live

Tickets are currently available at £65 each, though there will be a second release later in the year with prices at £75.

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