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The Living End, Soundwave, Melbourne, Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Living End To Release Their First Ever Live Album

by Paul Cashmere on October 24, 2018

in News

The Living End will release their first-ever live album*. The live recording were sourced from The Living End’s recent European tour.

(* A limited edition live DVD was released as part of the White Noise album)

Bass player Scott Owen says it was “Recorded over 3 shows from our ‘18 European tour, we proudly give you our live album as a treat along with our latest studio album “Wunderbar”. From festivals to club shows it was a summer of love for TLE and this recording comes straight off the press with no overdubs or fix ups, just all the blood and sweat that was shed on the night. We hope you enjoy the journey as much as we did. Loud and clear on vinyl”.

The vinyl only release will be a strictly 1000 copies limited edition and come bundled with the vinyl edition of the band’s recent release Wunderbar.

LIVE IN EUROPE 2018 TRACKLIST

1. End Of The World
2. Raise The Alarm
3. Roll On
4. Second Solution
5. Don’t Lose It
6. How Do We Know
7. Drop The Needle
8. What Would You Do
9. E Boogie
10. Hold Up

The live vinyl double edition will be released nationally on November 30 but 50 copies per night will be sold at each gig on the upcoming The Living End national tour.

The Living End dates

November 1 – The Tivoli, Brisbane, QLD
November 2 – The Enmore, Sydney, NSW
November 3 – The Forum, Melbourne, VIC
November 5 – The Prince Band Room, St. Kilda, VIC
November 9 – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide, SA
November 10 – Metropolis, Fremantle, WA

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