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June 2019
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White Lies are celebrating the tenth anniversary of debut album ‘To Lose My Life’ with a one-off London show

The band will play O2 Academy Brixton later this year.
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Published: 2:57 pm, March 22, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
White Lies are celebrating the tenth anniversary of debut album ‘To Lose My Life’ with a one-off London show

White Lies have announced a tenth anniversary for their debut album, ‘To Lose My Life’.

The band will play a one-off London show at O2 Academy Brixton on 6th December, with tickets on sale at 9am on Friday 29th March.

“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.

“And so, 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 in the venue in which we closed the initial To Lose My Life tour - one of our favourite venues in the world - and make some new memories for the next 10 years."

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