Latitude Festival organisers have announced another raft of acts for the festival in Suffolk this July.
Australian psych-rockers Tame Impala and British indie lads Bombay Bicycle Club have both been newly added to the Latitude Festival line-up for 2014, the former a UK festival exclusive.
Eighties soul and RnB legends Daryl Hall & John Oates, more commonly known as Hall & Oates, have also been added to the line-up, alongside newly reformed shoe-gazers Slowdive and hot newcomers for 2014, Jungle.
Scroobius Pip, Polarbear, George The Poet and Kate Tempest & her band will all bring their spoken word skills to the beautiful Southwold festival site this July. Shlomo and Reeps One will also bring their freshest beatboxing lines to the event this summer.
In the field of poetry Latitude never disappoints and 2014 looks set to be no different. Roger McGough, Michael Rosen, Ben Okri, Gillian Clarke and Hollie McNish have all been added to the Latitude Poetry line-up, with many more to be added in the coming months.
Agnes Obel, First Aid Kit, Damien Jurado, Julia Holter, Valerie June, Koreless, East India Youth, Kwabs, Eagulls and Fat White Family complete the newly announced musical artists announced for Latitude Festival 2014.
Latitude Festival tickets are available now, priced from £190.50 at eventim.co.uk