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Watch Björk, The Breeders, LUMP, and Gwenno Perform on “Later… with Jools Holland”

Björk's First TV Performance in 8 Years; Plus Manic Street Preachers

May 22, 2018

Björk released a new album, Utopia, last year via One Little Indian. Earlier tonight she appeared on the long running BBC music show Later... with Jools Holland, where various musicians take turns in the round, performing in a TV studio in front of a live audience.  More

Manic Street Preachers Shares Video for “Hold Me Like a Heaven”

Resistance Is Futile Out Now via Shornday/The Orchard

May 04, 2018

Welsh band Manic Street Preachers released a new album, Resistance Is Futile, last month via Shornday/The Orchard. Now they have shared a video for one of its songs, "Hold Me Like a Heaven." Watch it below, followed by the band's upcoming U.K. festival dates. More

Watch: Manic Street Preachers Make Long Awaited U.S. TV Debut on “Late Late Show”

Performed Classic Song "A Design For Life" on James Corden's Show

May 01, 2015

Welsh band Manic Street Preachers have had hit records in their native U.K. but have never really made a huge impact in America, so I suppose it makes sense that despite having released their debut album in 1992 the trio has never performed on an American TV show before. More

Manic Street Preachers Announce U.S. Release and Tour

Journal For Plague Lovers Due Out September 15th Followed by Fall Tour

Jul 28, 2009

Welsh band Manic Street Preachers are all set to release Journal for Plague Lovers stateside on September 15th with a U.S. tour to follow. More


Apr 14, 2015

As Britpop was taking off in 1994, the Welsh quartet Manic Street Preachers entered the marketplace with an acclaimed, dark classic of an album that exposed the raw nerves of the human experience. In this new interview bassist Nicky Wire discusses the band's iconic 1994 album, The Holy Bible, as well as last year's acclaimed album, Futurology. More

Manic Street Preachers

Betrothed Lyrics and Existential Questions

Oct 19, 2009

When Richey Edwards fled from London's Embassy Hotel one February morning in 1995, he left behind a legacy, a myth, and a band of childhood friends who carried on without him, achieving greater success in the ensuing years than they'd had with their "minister of propaganda" in the fold. More

Aug 02, 2007

Initially starting as a foursome in their teens, Manic Street Preachers (vocalist/guitarist James Dean Bradfield, drummer Sean Moore, lyricist/bassist Nicky Wire, and rhythm guitarist Richey James Edwards) have been functioning as a trio since the unexplained disappearance of Edwards in 1995. More


Splendour Festival Wollaton Park, Nottingham, July 20, 2019

Jul 26, 2019

Splendour has gradually established itself as one of the most eagerly anticipated events in the East Midlands of England since first opening its doors in 2008. Now in its eleventh year, the 2019 edition hosted the festival's most mouth-watering line-up to date while breaking local records along the way.   More

Resistance Is Futile

Resistance Is Futile


Apr 06, 2018

Following on from a late-career flurry of brilliance with the 1-2 combo of melancholic Rewind the Film (2013) and the surging Futurology (2014), Blackwood, Wales' finest have returned with an album that savvy bassist and lyricist Nicky Wire stated back in October 2017 would possibly never happen, their "creative juices" sapped by the endeavors of the aforementioned records. More

Everything Must Go 20

Everything Must Go 20


Jun 14, 2016

Where Manic Street Preachers' 1994 album The Holy Bible was a creative peak and a tragic chapter in their tale, 1996's follow-up, Everything Must Go, vaulted beyond expectations to provide them with a brilliant new start rather than merely a happy ending. More



Columbia U.K.

Aug 21, 2014

With their twelfth album and one of their best in years, Manic Street Preachers display a stylistic freedom that one might call reinvention if it didn't still sound just like the Manics. More