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June 2019
On the road

White Lies are going to play a one-off gig in Frome, Somerset

The band will perform at the Cheese & Grain this July.
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Published: 3:13 pm, May 15, 2019
White Lies are going to play a one-off gig in Frome, Somerset

White Lies are going to play a one-off gig in Frome in Somerset.

Billed as a festival warm-up show, the band will perform at the Cheese & Grain on 11th July, before heading over to Europe for sets at Deichbrand Festival, Roam Festival and more. Tickets are on sale from 9am on Friday 17th May.

The band have not long released their new album, ‘Five’, and will be celebrating the tenth anniversary of their debut ‘To Lose My Life’ with a handful of UK shows this winter.

“Over the past 10 years,” says singer Harry McVeigh, “no matter where we go in the world, we still find White Lies fans who have had an important part of their lives soundtracked by that record, each with their own unique story.

“It feels like a perfect opportunity to revisit ‘To Lose My Life…’ and play it in full from start to finish for the first time.”

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