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Friendly Fires have never had any issues keeping the momentum flowing since their 2008 debut album and the EPs that preceded that. The time has come to follow up 2011’s Pala, and the band have found themselves in a strange but rewarding situation.
English indie band Friendly Fires have started work on their third album with the band giving us an update form their remote cabin in Sweden. The trio announced last week their plans to lock themselves away for 10 days in order to get some inspiration. In and interview on 6Music, guitarist Edd Gibson said: “We’re
Friendly Fires trumpet player, Richard Turner, has died at the age of 27 by suffering cardiac arrest while swimming at a pool at Brockwell Lido in Herne Hill, South London last week. Lifeguards and paramedics tried their best efforts to revive him, but he died at King’s College Hospital in Denmark Hill, Camberwell. Turner contributed
Friendly Fires have announced two shows in Sydney and Melbourne as part of their tour for Splendour In The Grass 2011. Their new album Pala was released earlier this week through XL recordings. Pala is their much anticipated follow up album to their self-titled debut which was released in September 2008 and shortlisted for the
While tickets are still available for Splendour In The Grass, festival promoters have decided to start announcing Splendour sideshows. Good news for fans in WA as mini festival Bright Side will being taking place for the second year running in WA with Splendour acts The Hives, Pulp, Modest Mouse, Tame Impala, The Kills, The Grates,
English dance punk band Friendly Fires have announced a follow up to 2008’s self titled album called Pala. The first single from the album will be track Live Those Days Tonight The album has been produced by themselves and Paul Epworth (Bloc Party, Cee-Lo Green, Florence and the Machine, remixes for Santigold and P. Diddy)
Friendly Fires have announced they will be working on a new album to be released next May.