PREMIERE: Charming Liars’ ‘Delete. Repeat’ EP is soaring, anthemic alt-rock

In just three short years, alt-rock trio Charming Liars has become a global entity. The band hails both from London and Los Angeles (thanks in part to new vocalist Kiliyan Maguire, who joined the band a few months back), and has developed an incredibly fervent fanbase in Latin America, proving that songs can cross physical borders and language boundaries if they’re good enough. Now, the band is dropping a brand new five-song EP, Delete. Repeat, which shows that Maguire fits like a glove—the tracks are soaring, anthemic alt-rock that would appeal to fans of 30 Seconds To Mars (especially “Hold My Heart”). Guitarist Karnig Manoukian comments:

“This is the most excited and confident we’ve ever been about a release, and in Kiliyan we’ve found a frontman and singer that we feel takes us to the next level.”

Charming Liars’ Delete. Repeat EP will be released November 13 (November 20 in Brazil); get more details here.

Charming Liars is embarking on a Mexican tour later this month:

Nov 19 TBA Mexico City, Mexico (secret show — RSVP)
Nov 21 Auditorio Del CCU Puebla, Mexico w/PXNDX
Nov 22 Hammer Soul Queretaro, Mexico w/Sputnik, Beta
Dec 04 En Ceart Mexicali, Mexico w/PXNDX
Dec 05 En El Foro Tijuana, Mexico w/PXNDX