THE WILD LIES To Release EP In January

High Wycombe, U.K.-based quartet THE WILD LIES will release a brand new EP, "Jack's Out The Box", on January 14, 2013. The five-song effort is described in a press release as "a blend of hard rock fused by intricate grinding riffage colliding with stadium-rock chorus melodies."

"You got to hear this!" the band declares. "It's a great balance of old school with a new modern edge! We've all pushed ourselves so hard with this EP. We are really happy with end result! Check it out!"

The video for first single, "Relive The Ride", can be seen below.

You can see THE WILD LIES supporting JETT BLACK at High Wycombe Student Union Bar on December 15.


Lead Vocals: Matt James
Guitar/Backing Vocals: Rob Gamble
Bass: Dylan Smith
Drums: Ralph Morris


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