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announced a UK tour in October including London’s Scala on 16th to promote the release of ‘WIXIW’. It’s an album that is hard to shake, tough to pin down, and impossible to get out of one’s head even after an initial listen. Simultaneously the most accessible and most challenging release from these iconoclasts, it is both a summation of Liars’ work up to now, and a complete break from anything you’d ever heard the band do previously.

10 Oct – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
11 Oct – Glasgow, SW3
13 Oct – Norwich Sound & Vision Festival, Norwich Arts Centre
14 Oct – Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
15 Oct – Cambridge, Junction
16 Oct – London, Scala
18 Oct – Birmingham, Rainbow Warehouse
20 Oct – Oxford, Gathering Festival, The Bullingdon
21 Oct – Manchester, Sound Control