Manic Street Preachers - Welsh Rock Icons
Rising to fame in the 1990s with albums such as The Holy Bible
and Everything Must Go, this influential Welsh rock trio are as culturally significant as they are commercially successful.
After taking a break from touring following the release of 2011 greatest hits compilation National Treasures, they've
now blasted back with brand new LP Rewind the Film - and Manic Street Preachers tickets are more in-demand than ever.
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Manic Street Preachers
Biography - Tragedy and Triumph
Originally a four-piece, the group met at school in their native Blackwood, South Wales.
Comprising songwriter and bassist Nicky Wire, singer James Dean Bradfield, drummer Sean Moore and guitarist Richey Edwards,
the band began gigging in the mid-'80s before rising to prominence at the start of the following decade. Feted by the music
press for 1992 debut Generation Terrorists and follow-ups Gold Against the Soul and The Holy Bible, their
politically-charged lyrics, anthemic songs and confrontational media appearances soon earned them legions of devoted fans.
Iconic former roadie Edwards embodied their punk spirit and it was his mysterious disappearance in 1994 that would prove pivotal
for the group. Brought closer together by their loss, the galvanised trio scored platinum success with highly-charged albums
such as Everything Must Go and This is My Truth Tell Me Yours, winning a host of awards along the way.¿Maintaining
a regular presence on the rock scene over the years with albums such as Send Away the Tigers and Journal for Plague
Lovers, MSP are one of the most influential and respected bands in British music history. Witness their latest chapter
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