Liars announce North American tour details

New York three-piece set for summer gig-run

Liars announce North American tour details

Photo: Andy Fallon

Liars have announced plans of a forthcoming tour of North America.

The New York three-piece, who released their fifth studio album 'Sisterworld' last month, will begin the gig run in July.

Starting at First Avenue in Minneapolis on July 13, the trio will close the tour with a show at the Bluebird Theater in Denver on July 24.

Meanwhile, the group are set to play a series of shows in the UK next month, including an appearance at Matt Groening's ATP Festival in Minehead and a show at London's Shepherds Bush Empire on May 27.

Liars will play the following:

Minneapolis, MN First Avenue (July 13)
Madison, WI High Noon Salon (14)
Milwaukee, WI Turner Hall (15)
Chicago, IL Pitchfork Music Festival (16)
Detroit, MI Magic Stick (17)
Newport, KY The Southgate House (18)
Nashville, TN Exit/In (20)
Bloomington, IN Rhino's Youth Center (21)
St. Louis, MO Firebird (22)
Lawrence, KS Bottleneck (23)
Denver, CO Bluebird Theater (24)

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