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Liars is currently a three-piece band consisting of Australian-born Angus Andrew (vocals/guitar), Aaron Hemphill (percussion, guitar, synth), and Julian Gross (drums). Although initially lumped into the New York dance-punk scene, they have come to be categorized by their dramatic stylistic shifts between albums, while retaining a consistent interest in rhythm and sound texture.

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The first full-length album from the Liars was, They Threw Us All in a Trench and Stuck a Monument on Top, in October of 2001. The album was recorded in a mere two days. The energy of the album eventually bought Liars their fair share of hype amidst the much-publicized dance-punk scene of New York.

The Liars' next full-length album, They Were Wrong, So We Drowned, was released in February 2004. The band relocated to a cabin in the woods of New Jersey for the recording sessions, and immersed themselves in both non-fiction accounts of witch trials and traditional witch folklore. From these sources, they created a generic fairy tale which is told through contrasting viewpoints in the lyrics. This commitment to the material at the heart of the album - a "story album" (as opposed to "concept album") - resulted in a thematically rich piece of work that can often feel more atmospheric than musical.

The band relocated to Berlin to record their third full-length album, Drum's Not Dead, which was released February 2006. As the title suggests, the album is heavy on drums (often run through various effects pedals), backed mostly by atmospheric guitar work.