As well as Robyn, Disclosure, and Sharon Van Etten, the Spanish festival will welcome The Chemical Brothers, George Fitzgerald, H.E.R., Iggy Pop, Miles Kane, Nao, Vince Staples, Years & Years, and many more.

The new additions also welcome a cluster of homegrown talent, including MITÚ, Delaporte, and DobleCapa.

Mad Cool's new names share the bill with Teenage Fanclub, Bonobo, Jorja Smith, The Smashing Pumpkins, Jon Hopkins, Kaytranada, The Twilight Sad, Vampire Weekend, The 1975, The Cure, Bon Iver, The National, Mogwai, ALMA, Milk Teeth, La Dispute, and more.

2019 will be Mad Cool's fourth year. They celebrated their third birthday this summer, and welcomed the likes of Dua Lipa, Post Malone, Jack White, Glass Animals, Tame Impala, Slaves and more to perform in the Spanish capital. Check out our review.

Other improvements to next year's festival include reducing the stage numbers to six (instead of seven), reduced number of attendees (5000 less per day) to avoid overcrowding, increased facilities, and larger bars to speed up service. Free transport will also be provided back to Madrid from the festival's Valdebebas location.

Mad Cool Festival takes place in the Spanish capital of Madrid from 11-13 July 2019. Tickets are on sale now, with three-day passes starting at €175 (£160). Find out more.