White Lies have revealed details of album five last week and have now announced they’re embarking on an Irish tour in early 2019.
White Lies have been busy since they released Friends in 2016, with relentless touring across the globe. In between all of the live shows, they found the time to hit the studio and work on their fifth album.
Last week, the band teased throughout the week of a new single to look out for before dropping ‘Time to Give’ at the stroke of midnight on Friday. They also revealed details of their fifth record, due out in early 2019.
The London band hit a milestone this year, with their debut album Fairwell to the Fairground turning 10 this year. While they won’t faulted from the uplifting melodies, mixed with gloomy stories within their songs, the band promise their fifth record won’t disappoint.
Promising that 10 years in, they’ll continue to live up to expectations and push boundaries with the new album that “marks our decade as a band, which has pushed us to expand our sound and reach new territory artistically – it marks the start of a new and exciting chapter for us.”
The new album is titled Five, which is due out on 1st February 2019. While premiering ‘Time to Give’ last week, the ‘Bigger Than Us’ rockers revealed details of a UK tour. However, today White Lies put Irish fans out of their misery and revealed details of their return with a tour pencilled in for March 2019.
Covering all corners of the country, the band are set to bring their electric live show to Cork, Galway, Dublin and Belfast. You can see the full tour dates for their Irish shows below.
27/03 Cork – Cyprus Avenue
28/03 Galway Roisin Dubh
29/03 – Dublin The Button Factory
30/03 – Belfast Elmwood Hall
Speaking about their long-awaited return to Ireland, the ‘Getting Even’ trio had to say: “We are delighted to announce these shows.
“Despite not playing in Ireland for some years our Irish fans’ support has never faltered, and we look forward to some great shows and traditional Irish hospitality.”
Tickets go on sale this Friday (28th September).