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Light continues to shine out of the gloaming on the London trio’s fourth album. Having previously examined mortality and alienation, White Lies’ worldview fixates on disintegrating friendships here. However, built with synths and melodrama straight from the ’80s, it’s rock that accentuates their gift for musical euphoria. With “Take It out on Me”’s ode to masochism suggesting Springsteen at his most triumphant and “Is My Love Enough?” almost tipping into disco, Friends is a fascinating juxtaposition of moods.

Customer Reviews

Worth the wait

Was a bit concerned after hearing Take It Out On Me, and then had my faith restored in Come On. Wtih the release of the full album I regret ever doubting this outstanding band. Summer Didn't Change a Thing is incredible, as is Don't Want to Feel It All. Morning in LA and Hold Back Your Love are also great. Don't expect a sound similar to Ritual or even Big TV, but do expect a brighter and happier sound across most tracks while still having hints of the bands earlier work shine through. Would rate 6 stars if I could.

Great first single!

Take It Out On Me is such a good track and it has really built my hopes up over this forthcoming album. I'm sure it's going to be great!

All Filler No Killer

What ever happened to a band with such potential after the brilliant "to loose my life" but how far they have fallen to material that wouldn't have gotten them signed in the first place. A real- all to common- shame


Formed: 2004 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A dark-edged trio hailing from London, White Lies take sonic cues from the likes of Joy Division, the Teardrop Explodes, and Echo & the Bunnymen. Indeed, the three musicians are so committed to the U.K.'s post-punk scene that they signed with Fiction Records, a Polydor imprint best known for its '80s releases by the Cure and the Associates. While attending school in West London, singer/guitarist Harry McVeigh, bassist/lyricist Charles Cave, and drummer/keyboardist Jack Lawrence-Brown formed the group...
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