Real Lies tickets

Real Lies Tickets

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Real LiesHeavenLondon19:00Book Tickets
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Real LiesYes (The Pink Room)Manchester19:00Book Tickets
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Real LiesThe BodegaNottingham19:00Book Tickets
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Real LiesThe Grand SocialDublin19:30Book Tickets
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Following the announcement of their brand new album ‘Lad Ash’ which is due out 22nd April ‘22 through Unreal, Real Lies will embark on a headline show at The Grand Social, Friday, 18th November ‘22.

Artist Bio

London electronic act Real Lies combine classic English pop-poetic story-telling with the uncanny rainswept atmospheres of auteurs like Claude Young, Drexciya and Richard D James.

On their second album, lyricist Kevin Lee Kharas romanticises ecstasy-fuelled teenage joyrides that set the coordinates for two decades of thrill-seeking hedonism. A wild period that resulted in both the group’s euphoric 2015 debut Real Life and the prolonged six-year wait for its follow up.

In places, that euphoria remains - they’ve never sounded higher than on ‘Dream On’ - but generally the mood here is darker, more late-night, club-ready and ruminative. There are songs about losing childhood friends in mysterious circumstances (‘Dolphin Junction’), bandmates (‘Boss Trick’ is a wake for former member Tom Watson), childhood innocence (‘An Oral History Of My First Kiss’) and huge swathes of memory (‘The Carousel’). As the title implies, Lad Ash is a coming-of-age album that draws out the beauty and longing of the young British male experience by reframing it through an elegiac, at times almost gothic, lens.

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