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Liar Thief Bandit releasedtheir third album ”Deadlights” on May 14, 2021.
The album contains 12 tracks of modern- sounding and forward-thinking
Scandinavian garage rock and will be released on digital, vinyl and CD
format. Liar Thief Bandit effortlessly blends smooth guitar licks, infectious
hooks, and uplifting lyrics with a ton of live rock energy creating an album
that easily would pass for a best of collection of singles. Recorded in
Tambourine Studios, who launched the career of The Cardigans among
others and produced by Erik Sunding who've worked with bands such as
Terrible Feelings, Scraps of Tape and Bo Rune Madsen (ex-Mew). The
production on ”Deadlights” is spotless, taking the spirit of the garage rock
revival to a completely new level.

Always thinking ahead, more music was already on its way. Following the
release of “Deadlights”, one of land’s hardest working rock trios fired up
the engine and headed to the outskirts of the small Swedish west coast
town Strömstad in the summer of 2021 to record once again. Seven tracks
were laid down in seven days at Tilt Recording Studios with Max Dahlby at
the helm, who’s worked with Åskväder, The Drippers and Scumbag
Millionaire to name a few.

Six originals and a cover of Graveyard’s “Ain’t Fit to Live Here” endedup on
the mini-album “Diamonds”, which takes off where “Deadlights” ends. It
follows the same theme and feel as its predecessor but with additional
reflections and new views on self-realization. A troubled mind finding keys
to push forward surrounded by roaring guitars, pounding drums and fierce
vocals. Diamonds was released by The Sign Records on September 16th

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