Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 29 July 2014

White Lies are bound for Belfast

White Lies are to play Belfast in the run-up to Christmas.

The London three-piece — the first British act of 2009 to go to number one in the album charts with their debut To Lose My Life — will play the Mandela Hall on Tuesday, December 8.

Following the release of a number of singles including Unfinished Business and Death, the band secured a headline performance at Radio One’s Big Weekend and a place on the NME Awards tour.

Further singles To Lose My Life and Farewell To The Fairground ensured the band got their first worldwide headline tour. They also played a number of festivals this summer including Glastonbury and Oxegen.

Tickets to see White Lies are now on sale from Ticketmaster outlets and Katy Daly’s.

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