Liars premiere video for new single from 1/1 soundtrack

Liars‘ first original soundtrack, 1/1, is out now digitally and arrives next week in physical formats through Mute. The soundtrack saw singer and guitarist Angus Andrew and Aaron Hemphill work together for a last time, after the release of 2014’s Mess and before Aaron left the band. Liars had previously teased the release with ‘Liquorice’ and ‘No Now Not Your Face’. Now, to get us even more excited, they have shared a video for the ethereal new single ‘Helsingor Lane’, using footage from the film. Jeremy Phillips and Matt Detisch direct.

Liars set to release first original soundtrack for new film 1/1

Photo: Scott Witter

With eight albums under their belt, and constant exciting and unexpected shifts from album to album, Liars re-emerged last year as the solo project of singer and guitarist Angus Andrew, following the amicable departure of Aaron Hemphill. 2014’s Mess marked their last album together, but soon after they were invited to create the soundtrack to 1/1, Jeremy Phillips’ directorial debut. After reading the script, Angus and Aaron didn’t hesitate to accept it. “It was very heavy, it was very intense and by the time we got to New York, we’d read it. At that point, we hadn’t seen anything but we were on board just from reading the script.” explained Angus.

Described as a joint production between all of the artists involved, some of the film was even edited to work with the music. “I view this movie as ours, and that goes for everyone involved in the production,” explained the director. “I wanted there to be give and take between everyone working on it.”

1/1 will be out in cinemas next month and Liars’ soundtrack arrives on July 20th through Mute. Liars had already dropped ‘Liquorice’ as the first taste and now they have shared a video for new single ‘No Now Not Your Face’, featuring footage form the film and also directed by Jeremy Phillips and Matt Detisch. Check out both below.

Le Guess Who?’s Who 2017: Liars

There’s less than a month to go before Le Guess Who? takes over Utrecht. With over 150 artists set to perform, how do we make sense of such a monumental line-up? We made a list of the artists we’re most excited to see and asked them for their recommendations.


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Performing Thursday 9th November at De Helling

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Now eight albums in, and having just released TFCF, Liars’ music has shifted from album to album, constantly taking exciting and unexpected turns. TFCF is the first record as the solo project of singer and guitarist Angus Andrew, who after living in New York, Berlin and LA, moved back to a remote part of his native Australia. We never know what to expect from Liars but we do know Angus and his new touring band will be tearing through a wild set spanning new and old material. And now we also know what Angus is looking forward to at Le Guess Who?.




Performing Sunday 12th November at EKKO, curated by Perfume Genius

“Margaret Chardiet is one of my favourite artists of the last few years. We actually played a festival with her in Beijing a couple of years ago but scheduling conflicts meant I couldn’t see her perform. I thoroughly hope things work out better at Le Guess Who? so I can finally witness what I’ve only been able to imagine.” Angus Andrew


Le Guess Who? will take place 9-12 November. For the full line-up, tickets and more info visit And stay tuned for more artists we’re excited about picking their own Le Guess Who?’s Who.

Watch Liars’s new video for ‘Staring at Zero’

Liars‘ eighth album TFCF came out last month and we’re all over it. ‘Staring At Zero’ is just one of the eleven killer tracks on the album and it’s now being offered with an eerie video directed by Clemens Habicht.

Liars have an ongoing mammoth tour with several dates spilling into the end of the year, and are one of our Le Guess Who? 2017 highlights, with a show on November 9th.

TFCF is out now through Mute.

Liars drop new video for single ‘Cred Woes’

Liars are back with a killer of an album, TFCF, released last week through Mute. ‘Cred Woes’, the record’s first single, is now being offered with a video directed by Yoonha Park. Check it out below.

To mark the release of TFCF, Liars will be touring North America and Europe for the best part of the next 3 months, with stops at London’s Heaven on October 27th and at Utrecht’s Le Guess Who? on November 9th. Check out the full list of dates here.

Listen to two new singles from Liars’ upcoming album TFCF

Liars - TFCFWe’re getting excitingly close to the release of TFCF, Liars‘ eighth album and first as the solo project of singer and guitarist Angus Andrew. After sharing the first single ‘Cred Woes’ last month, Liars know how to turn heads. The outfit is offering not one but two new and very different cuts from the album, ‘The Grand Delusional’ and ‘Coins In My Caged Fist’. ‘The Grand Delusional’ is a quieter and darker affair opening with acoustic guitar, while ‘Coins In My Caged Fist’, featuring drum machines and samples, navigates a much wilder territory. “I wanted to do lots of sampling,” explained Angus. “I’d done a little in the past, but I’d started to realize the possibilities of the process, of sampling myself playing ‘proper’ instruments, and then using the sampler to put it all together in an ‘artificial’ way.”

Grab TFCF when it drops on August 25th through Mute and listen to ‘The Grand Delusional’ and ‘Coins In My Caged Fist’ below.

With a new touring band and a mammoth tour kicking off tomorrow at Visions Festival in London, Liars are hitting stages all over Europe and North America throughout the Summer and Autumn. The band is also set to perform at the mighty Le Guess Who? Festival which takes place in Utrecht November 9th-12th.