Placebo announces its first live album

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The legendary London band releases its first live album with songs recorded in Spain, London and Mexico City.

Since the 90s, Placebohas become a cult band for many due to the various themes they deal with in their compositions, which has catapulted them to world fame and to be the favorites of many music lovers.

They have given us several studio albums such as Without You I’m Nothing and Sleeping With Ghosts which, without a doubt, are the darlings of the fans, but in all this time they had never shared a live album with us. All that has changed because, through social networks, the band has announced that they will be releasing Placebo Livea set of presentations which include one recorded in Spain within the framework of the Low Festivalanother is a session recorded in London and the one that takes the prize is the complete concert they gave at the Sport’s palace in Mexico on April 17 of this year.

These will come in a box set and you can buy them in CD or vinyl format for the most purist collectors. They will officially be released on December 15 via SO Recordingsbut you can pre-order right now on the band’s page.

This is undoubtedly an article that the most fans of the group should have, so if you are a fan of Placebo or you know someone, you already have your perfect gift for the Christmas season.


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