To close out 2014, LA-based pop/rock group Charming Liars have posted two unreleased tracks from various recording sessions. The slow-burner “I Know You Won’t” can be heard here, while “Wanting More,” an infectious rock-stomp can be heard here. The tracks serve as a stopgap, as the band are currently in the studio putting the finishing touches on new music.
2014 was a massive year of growth for the band, as they released their 2nd EP “We Won’t Give Up,” and played the Corona Capital Festival in Mexico City with the likes of Beck, Weezer, and Jack White. 2015 is projected to be another big year for the band, which will see the release of their third EP, due sometime in early Spring. The band will also be hitting the road in February 2015 on an extensive tour of the West Coast. Be sure to follow the band on Facebook and Twitter for upcoming tour dates.
Charming Liars is a British/American rock band, based in Los Angeles, California. Originally founded by lead vocalist, Charlie Cosser, guitarist, Karnig Manoukian, and bassist, Mike Kruger, in London, England.
As teens growing up in London, England, the trio of talented musicians and songwriters that make up the core of this dynamic new rock band were shaken to their young souls by the crunching guitar riffs and memorable melodies that came out of the hard rock capital of the world, namely, Los Angeles.
The impact on these impressionable music lovers was so powerful that they took the profoundly bold step of pulling up stakes, waving goodbye to the security of friends, family and a university education to follow their dream of becoming the next big thing by moving to Los Angeles – epicentre of American rock and roll for more than 45 years. With a grip on new “hometown” Los Angeles, and their sights aimed at the rest of the world, Charming Liars are set to raise the stakes.
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