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Manic Street Preachers Unveil New Video (It's Not War) - Just The End Of Love

Friday, 27 August 2010 Written by Nigel Sachdev
Manic Street Preachers Unveil New Video (It's Not War) - Just The End Of Love

Manic Street Preachers have unveiled the video for their brand new single '(It's Not War) - Just The End Of Love'.

Set at a 70's chess tournament and starring British thespians Michael Sheen and Anna Friel, it's a pretty splendid introduction to the new album from the Welsh rock band.

Check out the video below:



'(It's Not War) - Just The End of Love' is released on the 13th September and is the first single from Manic Street Preachers 10th studio album 'Postcards From A Young Man' (out 20th September). They then head out on an epic UK tour:

29.09.2010 - GLASGOW, Academy
30.09.2010 - ABERDEEN, Music Hall
02.10.2010 - EDINBURGH, Corn Exchange
03.10.2010 - CARLISLE, Sands Centre
05.10.2010 - HULL, City Hall
06.10.2010 - SHEFFIELD, Academy
08.10.2010 - LIVERPOOL, University
09.10.2010 - BLACKBURN, Kings Georges Hall
11.10.2010 - LEEDS, Academy
12.10.2010 - DERBY, Assembly Rooms
14.10.2010 - MANCHESTER, Apollo
16.10.2010 - LINCOLN, Engine Shed
17.10.2010 - NORWICH, UEA
19.10.2010 - SOUTHAMPTON, Guildhall
20.10.2010 - SOUTHEND, Cliffs Pavilion
22.10.2010 - BOURNEMOUTH, Academy
23.10.2010 - NEWPORT, Centre
25.10.2010 - BRISTOL, Colston Hall
26.10.2010 - BIRMINGHAM, Academy
28.10.2010 - LONDON, Brixton Academy
29.10.2010 - LONDON, Brixton Academy
31.10.2010 - LEICESTER, De Montford Hall
01.11.2010 - CAMBRIDGE, Corn Exchange

Tickets for the Manic Street Preachers Autumn UK tour are on-sale now.

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