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Album Review: White Lies – Five (Reissue)

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Emerging in a crowded field with fellow indie nouveau goth bands like Interpol and Editors, White Lies have been, in my view very underrated over the years. Their 2019 album ‘Five’ has been just re-released with the addition of two new songs, ‘Falling Out Without Me’ and ‘Hurt My Heart’, recorded with US producer Andrew …

‘Violence’, the newly released album from Editors, is both an incredible progression for the band while still maintaining the elements that caught everyone’s attention so many years ago when their epic debut album ‘The Back Room’ was released in 2005. Along with with bands like Interpol and White Lies, Editors have always been painted with …

Promo image of White Lies band for Don't Want To Feel It All video

White Lies whet the appetite of fans hungry for their tour with the video for ‘Don’t Want To Feel It All’. Taken from their current album ‘Friends’, released late 2016, ‘Don’t Want To Feel It All’ is a dream for all fans of the 80s new romantic bands. The track has a minimal but catchy …

Promo image of White Lies band to advertise 2017 tour

White Lies have today released tickets for their UK headline tour next year, including a homecoming show at London Troxy. This run of dates, in addition to their European shows scheduled in November and December, is in response to overwhelming demand following the release of their fourth album ‘Friends’ (released on 7 October). ‘Friends’ was …

It’s a spot of horror to start your weekend. The video for new single “Stand Up” by LA duo In The Valley Below splices footage with the feel of Friday the 13th, Paranormal Activity, Seven, Fringe, and True Blood, and the melodramatic air brings to mind something of Dario Argento’s slashers. Backed with stabbed, shrill …

I once was sat at the side of the Royal Albert Hall, waiting to play a concert there (I know, and I apologise for the name dropping, but it’s part of the story) as two conductors were arguing over the seating plan. If I remember rightly it was for a concert in the Proms series …