WHITE LIES announce UK tour and new single

White Lies


White Lies, who recently scored their 3rd Top 5 album in 5 years with BIG TV, have announced details of a U.K. tour for December 2013

The dates are their first major U.K. shows since selling out Wembley Arena in December 2011.

Ahead of their main stage appearance at Reading & Leeds Festival this weekend the band declared – “We’re delighted to bring BIG TV to some of our favourite UK venues this winter."

Support on all shows comes from US singer Frankie Rose (ex Dum Dum Girls), whilst In The Valley Below also play in Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester and London.

The list of dates is as follows:

03                           NEWCASTLE                       O2 ACADEMY
04                           GLASGOW                            O2 ABC
06                           MANCHESTER                   ACADEMY
07                           NOTTINGHAM                    ROCK CITY
08                           BRISTOL                               O2 ACADEMY
10                           LONDON                               ROUNDHOUSE
14                           NORWICH                            UEA
15                           BIRMINGHAM                     INSTITUE

Tickets are priced at £20 (except London £22.50) and go on sale at 9am on Friday 30th August via and regular outlets.

Additionally the band has announced details of a new single - First Time Caller to be released by Fiction Records on Monday 7th October 2013.

Produced by Ed Buller and mixed by Mark ‘Spike’ Stent, it was recorded in early 2013 as part of the album sessions at the ICP studios in Brussels, Belgium.

A live version of the song, recorded at their recent 3 night run of sold-out shows at London’s Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, can be seen here:

The 3 intimate Hoxton shows attracted 10,000 ticket applications and marked a return to the 300 capacity venue where the band played their debut live show on February 27th 2008.

White Lies are: Harry McVeigh (vocals / guitar), Charles Cave (bass) & Jack Brown (drums).