After an almost ten year hiatus from the emerald isle, the present masters of the musical universe and 21st Century Poets, Leftfield, play two intimate and exclusive taster sets in Dublin's Tripod and Belfast's Ulster Hall before their explosive Saturday night closing slot at Electric Picnic. Original vocalists Djum Djum, Earl 16 and Cheshire Cat, all of whom played key roles in Leftfield's classic albums 'Leftism' and 'Rhythm & Stealth', will be joining Neil for the shows. Completing the live line up will be Adam Wren (keyboards), Jess Mills (vocals) and Sebastian Beresford on drums, replacing Paul Daley who is working on other recording projects. Leading the dance music charge of the early '90s, Leftfield carved a path for a raft of great artists including Underworld, The Chemical Brothers and The Prodigy. Their pioneering debut album 'Leftism' often tops 'Best Dance Album' polls, whilst their live shows are the stuff of legend. Leftfield's live return is an opportunity for everyone to experience one of the world’s most influential dance artists.