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White Lies Tickets

White Lies + Special Guests O2 Academy Brixton, London
Friday 6th December 2019
White Lies + Special Guests O2 Academy Brixton, London
Saturday 7th December 2019
White Lies are a superb Post Punk band from Ealing, London. Formerly known as Fear of Flying, the band centres around drummer Jack Lawrence-Brown, guitarist Harry McVeigh who is responsible for lead vocals and backing vocals from Charles Cave also on bass.

With the release of their fifth studio album, appropriately titled Five, White Lies have announced a tour which sees them play Blenheim Palace at Woodstock in June and Cheese & Grain at Frome during July.
They now also let their fans know they will play two nights at O2 Academy Brixton in London during December 2019.

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The trio formed the band as teens and originally worked under the title Fear Of Flying. Achieving quite some success, they released two double a-side singles Routemaster/Round Three and Three’s A Crowd/Forget-Me-Nots through independent label Young And Lost Club. They also played support slots for the likes of Laura Marling, Jamie T and The Maccabees.

However, Cave began to feel they had outgrown their previous work and wanted to push in a new, darker, direction. As the name was no longer fit for purpose they adopted a new moniker and in 2007 made a declaration on Myspace: “ Fear of Flying is DEAD ... White Lies is alive!”.

After gigging heavily they were invited to perform on top BBC music telly program Later… With Jools Holland. The prominent display of their talent succeeded in widening their audience just before they entered the studio to record their debut album.

To Lose My Life Or Lose My Love (commonly shortened to just To Lose My Life…) was released in January of 2009 and earned White Lies a place on the ShockWaves NME Awards Tour.

They have subsequently released the records Ritual in 2011, Big TV during 2013 and Friends in 2016. White Lies have recently announced that their next album will be titled Five.

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