Other Lives present London show & Video Premier


Stillwater, Oklahoma quintet Other Lives – currently on a US tour supporting Bon Iver – have premiered the video for current single ‘Tamer Animals’ over on Pitchfork TV and have also this morning announced details of their next London show, which will take place at the beautiful St Giles In The Fields church on the November 21st.

The ‘Tamer Animals’ video is now also available on the band’s YouTube channel: 
Other Lives announced details of their next batch of UK shows last week. The new St Giles In The Fields show will bring a fantastic year for the band to a brilliant climax. Besides their recent sold-out London shows (at The Lexington and Hoxton Bar & Kitchen respectively), Other Lives have toured the UK throughout the summer, playing before huge audiences at Green Man and Summer Sundae, topping off the festival season with an enthusiastically received End of The Road festival appearance at the start of the month.

With four star reviews sweeping MOJO, Uncut, The Sun, The Independent, and The Guardian, along with superb sessions and interviews on Radio 1 with Zane Lowe, Radio 2 with Dermot O’Leary, Radio 4’s Loose Ends, and 6Music’s Radcliffe & Maconie, plus excellent online sessions with Line of Best Fit, City Sessions, and Secret Sessions, Other Lives have established a formidable beachhead in the UK.
Other Lives are: Jesse Tabish, Jonathon Mooney, Jenny Hsu, Colby Owens & Josh Onstott.
Tickets are available from: www.gigsandtours.com
Other Lives UK tour dates
Oct 18th London Shepherds Bush Empire (w/ Chapel Club)
Oct 20th Bristol Cooler
Oct 21st Cardiff SWN
Oct 22nd Liverpool Leaf
Oct 23rd Dublin Academy 2
Oct 25th Glasgow Captain’s Rest
Oct 26th Middlesbrough Westgarth
Oct 27th Leeds Nation of Shopkeepers
Oct 29th Nottingham Bodega
Oct 30th Manchester Deaf Institute
Nov 21st London St Giles In The Fields **New show**
Nov 22nd Brighton Audio

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