Final Lies | Truth, Lies & Alibis

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Truth, Lies & Alibis

by Final Lies

Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Failing to Find Resolve
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2. Lost
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3. Some Sense of Closure
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4. Laws of Motion
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5. Don't Make Me Hate You
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6. If You Could See
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Catchy hooks, chunky riffs, pounding beats, dynamic vocal lines and lyrics that inspire hope through struggle form the basis of Final Lies' set list. The five-piece truly come into their own on stage, with a high energy show making the band one not easily forgotten.

Since changing direction when front-woman Sally came on board, Final Lies have been making waves within the Canberra music scene. They launched the new line-up to over 250 people at The Maram in August 2011, then completed the current line-up with the addition of Sean (ex- Johnny Roadkill) in November 2011.

With a sound that is best described as Paramore on steroids, and looks to break hearts of guys and girls, it is easy to see why world renowned clothing company Arkaik Clothing have signed Final Lies to an endorsement deal as part of their ‘up and coming bands’ project.

The band's new EP 'Truth, Lies and Alibis' was released March 2012 to great reception.


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