PINS, The Amorettes and Stone Broken will headline the Subterranean day festival which launches this September at the Corn Exchange.

The Corn Ex will depart from its standard main stage set up and instead host three stages in its main concert hall with a fourth in the bar area. Tickets are on sale now from here.

Manchester all-female five-piece PINS have released two records to date, both celebrated for their sonic, buzz-saw guitar melodic music. PINS return this March with their new EP, ‘Bad Thing’ which includes their Iggy Pop collaboration and cover of Joy Division’s ‘Dead Souls’.

The Amorettes will headline the Underworld stage. Since their formation in late 2010, this Spunky, Scottish 3-piece have been solidly gigging in clubs and festivals both at home and abroad, with their High-Octane, energy fuelled Performances securing them even more dedicated fans, and rave reviews, from far and wide. Their independently released acclaimed debut, Haulin’ Ass, was described by Classic Rock Magazine as “three minute stun gun bursts full of humour and hellion fury!”

Final headliners are Stone Broken who play the Inferno stage. Stone Broken have just finished touring with Glenn Hughes and last year were voted runners-up in the Best New Band category of the annual Planet Rock Awards 2016, after releasing their debut album All In Time back in January ’16.

Subterranean’s strength is that the vast majority of the line up is made up of local acts, including Mammoth Penguins, Hollowstar, Sweet Crisis, Grieving, deVience, The Extons, Beverley Kills, STAYCATIONS, SEASONS, The Baby Seals, Goldblume, Oscar Corney, Gavin Chappell-Bates and Matt Hammond. Line up poster below for stage splits…