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White Lies: No new material until 2010
By Greg Cochrane
Newsbeat music reporter

White Lies
White Lies will begin writing new material in 2010

White Lies have confirmed they won't be writing any new material 'until early 2010'.

A hectic touring schedule, combined with difficulties writing on the road, mean fans won't hear fresh songs for another 12 months.

The band released number 1 album To Lose My Life in January.

Leadsinger Harry McVeigh said: "Me and Charles [Cave, bass] when we start writing the very basics of a song we need to be in the comfort of my home."

New material

Having just completed a month long tour with Friendly Fires in America the band will now play a strong of festivals including T In The Park, Latitude and Reading And Leeds.

"Unfortunately we are very very busy touring a lot this year," said McVeigh. "We're not a band who can write on the road.

"In early 2010 I think we'll try and get back into my house and sit at my keyboard and write some new stuff."

White Lies release new single Death on 22 June.



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