THREE more acts have been added to the line-up for the 2014 edition of Breath of Life, with dance music experts the Stafford Brothers, the new-look The Butterfly Effect and Launceston post-hardcore band Save the Clock Tower now part of the fun.
Co-promoter Clint Pease was yesterday excited to deliver what he said was the "ultimate stocking stuffers" for those attending the Launceston music festival.
"The Staffords are Australia's No.1 electronic dance music export and it's awesome to have them back in the country and back at Breath Of Life," Pease said.
"The Butterfly Effect are back with a new frontman (after Paul Galagher replaced Clint Boge), and will play a mix of classics as well as new material and it is great to have them at Breath of Life fresh off their sellout tour of the country.
"Save The Clock Tower are one of the best bands to come out of Tassie, with a new album not far away it was a great opportunity to have them showcase this at Breath Of Life ."
The trio joins a line-up that already contains such names as Macklemore and Lewis, Public Enemy, Empire of the Sun, Knife Party and Porter Robinson.
The event raises funds and awareness for the Australian Lung Foundation.
Breath of Life line-up 2014: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Knife Party, Empire Of The Sun Public Enemy, Porter Robinson, Art vs Science, Parkway Drive, Drapht, Dead Letter Circus, The Butterfly Effect, PEZ, The Stafford Brothers, Will Sparks, In Hearts Wake, Buried In Verona, Saviour, Allday, Joel Fletcher, J-Trick, Tigerlily, SCNDL, Kronic, Ember, Kilter, Dave Winnel, Akouo, Ash Tiffin vs Ceej, Luca Brasi and Save The Clock Tower.