Manchester Orchestra have released a video for their new song “The Alien.”
Manchester Orchestra’s new song “The Alien” is up for steam on Apple Music and Spotify.
Manchester Orchestra are doing an exclusive listening session for their fucking-awesome new album, A Black Mile to the Surface, in New York on June 27th.
Manchester Orchestra have announced new tour dates. All tickets come with a digital download of the band’s upcoming, hauntingly great, album.
Manchester Orchestra will release their new album, A Black Mile to the Surface, on July 28th via Loma Vista Recordings. Today they’ve debuted their new song, “The Gold,” and pre-orders are now up. You’ll find the album artwork, track listing, and a full press release below.
Manchester Orchestra have announced their new single “The Gold” will premiere at 3pm EST today on Sirus XM’s Alt Nation. It will be up everywhere to hear at midnight. Look for an album announcement, pre-orders, and new video to debut tomorrow morning.
Manchester Orchestra have posted up a cryptic video and phone numbers on their social media pages. If you call the number and hit a number 0-9 you’ll hear different sound clips. One of them mentions June 8th as a date.
Thrice’s Dustin Kensrue and Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull will be heading out on tour together at the end of March. Dates can be found below. Fan club pre-sale begins today, and the general public tickets go on sale on Friday.
Manchester Orchestra have covered Paul Simon’s “The Afterlife” for his birthday. You can stream that below. The band is currently working on a new album, which is apparently “heavily influenced” by the score for Swiss Army Man.
Andy Hull and Robert McDowell of Manchester Orchestra have released their new song, “A Better Way,” from the upcoming Swiss Army Man soundtrack. You can stream that below.
Andy Hull and Robert McDowell have released their video for “Montage,” which comes from the upcoming Swiss Army Man soundtrack.
The first trailer for Swiss Army Man was released today. This is the movie scored by Manchester Orchestra and the one apparently about a farting corpse.
Manchester Orchestra are re-releasing their first three albums on limited edition vinyl.
Keyboardist Chris Freeman talks about the conceptual progression behind Manchester Orchestra’s third album Simple Math, the different natures of the group’s sound, and staying true to what you like.
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Quick note to the rest of the albums coming out this year: The bar has just been set.
Over the years there have been a select group of artists that have become so well respected within our community that they have reached almost hallowed ground. Their recordings are considered by some as the pinnacle achievement of what our little music scene can create. These bands top many “all time favorite” lists – and even years later their influence and replayablity dominate the eardrums. I’d like to present to you the next candidate for admission: Manchester Orchestra.