June 10, 2013 11:11

White Lies to play three intimate London dates in July

Band will play Hoxton Bar & Kitchen ahead of new album 'BIG TV'

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White Lies have announced details of three tiny shows at London's Hoxton Bar & Kitchen this July.

The shows will take place on July 23-25, with fans able to register for the chance to purchase tickets via White Lies' website. The closing date for registration is this Friday, June 14. Tickets cost £18 each plus booking fee and are limited to two per person.

Juveniles and Bipolar Sunshine will provide support on all three nights.

White Lies' London dates will be fans' first chance to hear songs from the band's third album 'BIG TV'. The album will be released on August 12 and features the track 'Getting Even', which can be heard below and downloaded for free.

The album was produced by Ed Buller and recorded earlier this year in Brussels, Belgium. An official first single, 'There Goes Our Love Again', will precede the album on August 5.

Speaking to NME about the album, White Lies frontman Harry McVeigh said recently: "It's still quite a full-on sound, it's just that with less guitars, and less of everything in general, you could hear things being played... Anyone that was into us from the start and has seen us develop is going to really bloody love this album."

White Lies are set to play a number of festival shows over the summer, including a slot on the main stage at Reading and Leeds.

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