Debut EP I Can Fool Anybody In This Town out now on Flush Records
Fast-rising indie-rock band Liily, a crew of teenagers hailing from deep in the San Fernando Valley, have quickly been making more and more noise across America in recent months. Their just-released debut EP “I Can Fool Anybody In this Town” – named after a quote from revered LA poet and author Charles Bukowski – birthed two break-out tracks, “Toro” and “Sold”, both of which have garnered millions of streams, picking up BBC airplay from Annie Mac and Jack Saunders, as well as support from Matt Wilkinson on Beats 1. They have also found themselves selected for Apple Music Up Next and Fender NEXT. It’s a record of sprawling, high-intensity indie-rock that flirts with huge, brash riffs just as much as it does more skewed, subtly technical guitar lines. The EP is out now on Southern California-based indie label Flush Records.
Having built a strong live following through their own DIY network of house parties and warehouse shows, Liily have steadily been translating those sweat-box live performances into a heaving fanbase which turned out in droves across the recent SXSW week. Liily’s live shows reflect an almost rare intensity; it’s the sound of a gang of teenagers kicking the s*** out of every room they play. From next month, UK fans will get their first experience of this, as the band arrives to perform their first ever London shows followed by a slot at The Great Escape. Details below.
May 07 – LONDON: Show: Camden Assembly, supporting Inner Wave
May 08 – LONDON: Notting Hill Arts Club, with Germez Bouche (Free club night)
May 09 – LONDON: Sebright Arms (Free show)
May 10 – BRIGHTON: The Great Escape Festival
Source- Prescription Music PR
Categories: Indie Music