After reuniting for a national headline tour in 2018 which saw original frontman Clint Boge return to the fold, it looks like there’s no slowing down for the outfit. Back in August, the band released ‘Unbroken’, their first single since 2008 album Final Conversation of Kings.
“More than bristling at the chance to play alongside our great mates Karnivool, on a great bill full of amazing bands for a huge festival. Good Things will rock,” says Boge.
“Things have never been better in the Butters camp; we are ready, willing and super stoked to be a part of such a massive line up and we are ready for more Good Things.
“If someone had of told me that more than six years after leaving the band we’d be back together, stronger than ever and playing Good Things, I’d have told them they were dreaming. But here we are. I never thought I’d be playing another show with The Butterfly Effect let alone a festival like Good Things, it’s fucking huge, I’m stoked, what can I say?”
It’s somewhat bittersweet news, coming with the announcement that supergroup The Damned Things are no longer able to make the trip to Australia for the festival due to a scheduling conflict.
Good Things kicks off in Melbourne on Friday, 6th December before continuing on to Sydney and Brisbane. The lineup also features the likes of Parkway Drive, A Day to Remember, Violent Soho and Simple Plan.
Good Things Festival 2019
Friday, 6th December
Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne
Saturday, 7th December
Centennial Park, Sydney
Sunday, 8th December
Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane