Manic Street Preachers are a Welsh alternative rock band from Blackwood, currently consisting of frontman James Dean Bradfield, bassist Nicky wire, and drummer Sean Moore.
The band formed in 1986, along with former guitarist and songwriter Richey Edwards, who disappeared in 1995. Their classic indie rock songs such as A Design For Life, You Love Us and Motorcycle Emptiness have helped them gain over eight Top Ten albums, over fifteen top ten singles, and three UK #1s.
They've performed massive gigs across the world, including a show at the Millennium Stadium, to a 70,000 strong crowd before Wales vs Italy. In December 2014, Manic Street Preachers celebrated the 20th anniversary of ‘The Holy Bible’ by playing the album in full at a series of UK and Ireland shows, as well as playing shows in 2015 at Cardiff Castle and celebrated the 20th anniversary of ‘Everything Must Go’ in 2016 with a UK tour, as well as Victorious Festival in August and an Eden Session in July.
2017 saw the band play Bristol's Lloyds Amphitheatre in June, as part of Bristol Sounds and Newcastle’s Times Square in August as part of the Live At Times Square.
Now, Manic Street Preachers have announced a new album, 'Resistance Is Futile' which is set to drop on April 6, and an accompanying arena tour for 2018. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information on Stereoboard below.
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Wed 25th Apr 2018
After dragging themselves out of the doldrums with 2007’s ‘Send Away The Tigers’, Manic Street Preachers released a string of superb records that were often brave, creatively single-minded and indicative of a band still bursting with ideas. But what goes up must come down. Their new LP, ‘Resistance is Futile,’ may offer a return to their anthemic mid-’90s sound, but it’s a hit and miss affair that sees a winning run finally come to an end.