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'Live At The Music Hall Of Williamsburg' features tracks from 'Sisterworld'

Liars release new live album

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Liars have released a new live album.

Called 'Live At The Music Hall Of Williamsburg', it features a number of live recordings of songs from their fifth studio album, 'Sisterworld', including 'Scissor', 'No Barrier Fun' and 'Scarecrows On A Killer Slant'.

The album is the follow-up to the recently released 'Live At Shepherds Bush Empire' and 'Proud Evolution' EPs.

The tracklisting for 'Live At The Music Hall Of Williamsburg' is as follows:

'I Still Can See An Outside World'
'Clear Island'
'A Visit From Drum'
'We Fenced Other Gardens With The Bones Of Our Owns'
'Scissor'
'The Overachievers'
'No Barrier Fun'
'Scarecrows On A Killer Slant'
'Sailing To Byzantium'
'Here Comes All the People'
'Plaster Casts Of Everything'
'Hold Hands And It Will Happen Anyway'
'Proud Evolution'
'Freak Out'
'The Garden Was Crowded And Outside'
'Broken Witch'


Meanwhile, Liars will next play tomorrow night (November 13) at Liverpool's Static Gallery.

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