Liars – They Threw Us All In A Trench And Stuck A Monument On Top – album review

Hailing from New York and frequently sharing the bill with acts like the Yeah Yeah Yeahs are the frantic Liars. Mixing stacatto vocals with hard throbbing guitars, great bass lines and the all important pounding drums; The Liars have a contagious spirit that you can’t ignore. Boasting some of the most intriguing song titles ever thought of they are more than just another New York garage rock band. There is an expectation you get when listening, wondering where they are going to take you next. The Liars do not dissapoint in any aspect. These guys should be great stars, and I’m sure they will be before long.

It’s hard to think of another band that has the same disregard for convention that can so seemingly effortlessly create a record that surprises with out falling into the ‘challenging’ category of unlistenable drivel.

A massively talented band who will blow you away. 5/5

Label : Mute

Release Date : Out Now


Grown Men Don’t Fall In The River, Just Like That
Mr Your On Fire Mr
Loose Nuts On The Velodrome
The Garden Was Crowded And Outside
Tumbling Walls Buried Me In The Debris With ESG
Nothing Is Ever Lost Or Can Be Lost My Science friend
We Live NE Of Compton
Why Midnight Walked But Didn’t Ring Her Bell
The Dust Makes That Mud

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