Tag: Manic Street Preachers

TRACK: Manic Street Preachers – ‘Distant Colours’

Former generation terrorists, The Manic Street Preachers, continue to fly the flag for revolution on ‘Distant Colours’.  The track is taken from the forthcoming album Resistance is Futile, their first album in four years. A lament to the leftist ideologies of…

LIVE: Kendal Calling Festival, 2017

Finally, the countries quirkiest and most amalgamating festival is up and running again. The rain lashes down as families and wide-eyed youths alike slither though the sludge, hunting high ground to set up camp. Anticipations rise with the mud levels…

First names announced for Kendal Calling 2017 line-up

Kendal Calling have announced the first names of 2017’s line-up, including Stereophonics, Franz Ferdinand and Manic Street Preachers. Following last year’s sell out festival and Kendal Calling winning Best Medium Festival once again, huge names have been announced for 2017’s line-up….

10 Performances To Remember From Truck Festival 2016

To many, the term “Truck Festival” refers to a gathering of the most beautiful trucks from all around the country. To music lovers, and festival hunters, Truck Festival has become the mid-July go-to event. Located in the small village of Steventon,…

LIVE – Manic Street Preachers, Royal Albert Hall 16.05.16

It’s unlikely that ‘Elvis Impersonator: Blackpool Tower’ would ever open a Manic Street Preachers show, but this situation that sees album track listings and live set lists mirrored is the beauty of a tour focusing on one record; In this case, Everything…

LIVE: Latitude Festival – Suffolk 17-19.07.15

Latitude Festival celebrated it’s tenth anniversary last weekend by pulling out all the stops across the variety of music, literature, poetry, dance and comedy acts on offer across Henham Park, bringing back classic acts as well as the best of…

Glastonbury 2015: The Good, the Bad and Kanye

The Pilton Festival (as Glastonbury was originally known) took place on 19th September, 1970. Tickets were £1 each (including free milk) and 1500 people turned up to watch headliners Tyrannosaurus Rex. At Glastonbury 2015 dinosaurs still rule the land, as evidenced by the huge…