Manic Street Preachers Announce Second Tour

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The Manic Street Preachers have announced that they will play another UK tour later this year.

The trio also have plans to release a second single “Autumnsong” from their latest studio album “Send Away The Tigers” on July 16.

Their first single, “Your Love Is Not Alone” featuring The Cardigans’ Nina Persson reached number two in the singles charts in recent weeks.

The new single release will feature previously unreleased material in three formats.

The Maxi CD will feature “The Long Goodbye”, “Morning Comrades” and “1404”.

While the two-track CD and 7” will have a cover of McCarthy’s 1986 track “Red Sleeping Beauty” and “The Vortices” respectively.

Following on from their current 23-date sold out tour, the Manics will play nine further dates this year as follows:

Aberdeen, Music Hall (December 2)
Edinburgh, Corn Exchange (3)
Manchester, Central (formerly G-Mex) (5)
Cardiff, International Arena (6)
Birmingham, NIA (8)
Bournemouth, BIC (9)
London, Brixton Academy (11/12)
Brighton, Centre (14)

Tickets go on sale at 9:30am this Friday (June 8) and are £25 each except London (£26.50).

You can also see the Manics at V Festival, Rockness in Inverness and Fflam in Swansea on the summer festival circuit.

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