Posted in dance | music on May 1, 2014

by Bill Pearis

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The new single from Liars' excellent album Mess is "Pro Anti Anti" which, in the opening seconds, sounds like it's going to be some '90s house jam until the distorted synths come crashing through the wall like Kool-Aid Man. One of the remixes for the song is by Manchester's Factory Floor (who were just in NYC) who pull the stems apart and rebuild the song in their own acid image. Stream it (via The Quietus) below.

Liars are at Austin Psych Fest this weekend and then will be in NYC for two shows: Le Poisson Rouge on May 8 and The Wick on May 9. Lower Dens' Jana Hunter opens and tickets to both LPR and The Wick are still available.

More shows have been added to Liars' tour schedule and all dates are listed, along with the remix and original version of "Pro Anti Anti, below...

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Liars - Pro Anti Anti

Liars - 2014 Tour Dates
May 02 Austin Psych Fest Austin, TX
May 07 Underground Arts Philadelphia, PA
May 08 Le Poisson Rouge New York, NY
May 09 The Wick Brooklyn, NY
May 10 Brighton Music Hall Boston, MA
May 23 Sasquatch Music Festival George, WA
May 24 Star Theater Portland, OR
May 27 The Fonda Theatre Los Angeles, CA
Jun 05 Corner Hotel Melbourne, Australia
Jun 06 Modulations @ Carriageworks Sydney, Australia
Aug 15 La Route Du Rock Saint Malo, France
Aug 16 Jabberwocky London, United Kingdom

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Comments (4)

The new liars album stinks. STINKASTINKSTINK fucking STINKS.

Posted by Anonymous | May 1, 2014 3:14 PM

what is the meaning of all the plus signs in BV post titles?

Posted by Anonymous | May 1, 2014 3:59 PM

The video is epic and thank you for sharing, this had convinced me to like music the more.

Posted by Dr. Hicham Riba | May 4, 2014 8:45 PM

Liars' brand is strong enough that they could release a holiday/fart themed record and it'd go over (if accompanied by a well produced epk). Surprised corporations aren't on their dicks for advertising gigs.

Posted by Anonymous | May 4, 2014 11:51 PM

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