Liars announce London and Brighton shows – ticket details

Band will also appear at the Constellations Festival in November

Liars announce London and Brighton shows – ticket details

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Liars have announced details of two upcoming shows in London and Brighton.

The group will play London's Heaven on November 11 and Brighton's Concorde 2 on November 12.

Following the shows, the band will also appear at the Constellations Festival in Leeds on November 14.

Earlier this week, the New York trio released a new EP, 'Live At Shepherds Bush Empire', with another, 'Proud Evolution EP' due out on October 18.

Both EPs follow the band's fifth studio album, 'Sisterworld', which came out earlier this year.

Liars will play:

London Heaven (November 11)
Brighton Concorde 2 (12)
Leeds Constellations Festival (14)


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