MANCHESTER ORCHESTRA – Announce rescheduled sold-out London shows at Union Chapel plus new dates

MANCHESTER ORCHESTRA – Announce rescheduled sold-out London shows at Union Chapel plus new dates

Band release cover of Jimmy Eat Worlds ‘Table For Glasses’ ahead of US tour – HERE

New EP ‘The Valley Of Vision’ out now through Loma Vista Recordings

The magnificent US band MANCHESTER ORCHESTRA have announced their rescheduled sold out London shows plus two new dates. The band will now be playing three shows at Union Chapel, London and Manchester Academy 2 this October. Tickets for the two new dates on sale Friday 9th June at 10am – HERE

You can see Manchester Orchestra at the following dates:

1st October – Union Chapel, London
2nd October – Union Chapel, London – Sold Out
3rd October – Union Chapel, London – Sold Out
5th October – Manchester Academy 2

On sale Friday 9th June at 10am – HERE

Ahead of their highly-anticipated, co-headline tour, Manchester Orchestra & Jimmy Eat World have teamed up to cover songs from each other’s beloved catalogs.  Manchester Orchestra pay tribute to “Table For Glasses,” the opening track off Jimmy Eat World’s classic Clarity LP.  A track that is sparse, slow-burning & soaring with Manchester’s subtle touch intricately retaining the original’s invigorating power. Andy Hull said it was “an absolute honour to trade covers with one of our favourite bands”

Listen to Table For Glasses HERE or by clicking the image below.

Manchester Orchestra will be supporting Jimmy Eat World on their US tour that starts next month. You can see Manchester Orchestra supporting Jimmy Eat World at the below dates:
Tue, Jul 11 – Missoula, MT – Big Sky Brewing
Wed, Jul 12 – Calgary, AB – Calgary Stampede
Fri, Jul 14 – Spokane, WA – Spokane Podium
Sat, Jul 15 – Seattle, WA – WAMU
Sun, Jul 16 – Bend, OR – Hayden Homes
Tue, Jul 18 – San Francisco, CA – The Masonic
Wed, Jul 19 – Los Angeles, CA – The Greek
Fri, Jul 21 – San Diego, CA – Petco Park
Sat, Jul 22 – Las Vegas, NV – The Cosmopolitan
Sun, Jul 23 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex Outdoors
Tue, Jul 25 – Denver, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Thu, Jul 27 – St. Louis, MO – St. Louis Music Park
Fri, Jul 28 – Nashville, TN – Ascend Amphitheatre
Sat, Jul 29 – Asheville, NC – Rabbit Rabbit
Sun, Jul 30 – Charlotte, NC – Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
Mon, Aug 7 – Houston, TX – 713
Tue, Aug 8 – Austin, TX – Moody’s Indoor
Wed, Aug 9 – Dallas, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Fri, Aug 11 – Oklahoma City, OK – Criterion
Sat, Aug 12 – Bellevue, NE – Outlander Fest
Sun, Aug 13 – Minneapolis, MN – Armory
Tue, Aug 15 – Milwaukee, WI – Eagles Ballroom
Wed, Aug 16 – Chicago, IL – Salt Shed
Fri, Aug 18 – Indianapolis, IN – TCU Amphitheatre at White River State Park
Sat, Aug 19 – Columbus, OH – Kemba Live!
Sun, Aug 20 – Detroit, MI – Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre
Mon, Aug 21 – Toronto, ON – Echo Beach
Wed, Aug 23 – New York, NY – Summerstage
Thu, Aug 24 – Boston, MA – MGM at Fenway
Fri, Aug 25 – Buffalo, NY – Waterfront Concert Series
Sat, Aug 26 – Philadelphia, PA – Skyline at The Mann
Mon, Aug 28 – New Haven, CT – College Street Music Hall
Tue, Aug 29 – Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE
Wed, Aug 30 – Cleveland, OH – Jacobs Pavilion

The band recently released their new record The Valley of Vision, a record rooted in the higher powers of resilience, rebirth and self-redemption. After a prolonged period of grief and trauma that permeated the band’s previous LP and past several years together, this new release illustrates the journey of losing one’s mind and finding it again.

Watch the full ‘Valley Of Vision’ film HERE or by clicking the image below:

All the songs on ‘The Valley of Vision,’ have been accompanied by a captivating cinematic experience, presented in the groundbreaking format of 180-degree, 3D virtual reality. Directed by Isaac Deitz – who shot the film over a solitary, year-long journey through snow storms in the Rocky Mountains, dark nights in the deep woods of Wyoming, creek beds in Manchester Orchestra’s native Georgia, and climates both scorching and freezing – the visual mirrors and enhances the album’s overarching themes of life and death, change and growth, forgiving oneself and letting go. “Experiencing the film in its intended 180-degree, 3D VR format feels like downloading a dream into your head,” says Deitz. “Each symbol represents a different experience nested in our internal worlds; it’s up to you whether you want to just enjoy them, or try to interpret what the dream means.”

From being the first musicians to work with filmmaking duo Daniels (Everything Everywhere All At OnceSwiss Army Man), to continually embracing emerging technologies over the course of their career, Manchester Orchestra have further pushed themselves into fascinating realms with every new release. While they recorded The Valley of Vision at a converted manor in Muscle Shoals, AL, none of the songs were written with the band being in the same room all together – something they have never done before. The process began in the summer of 2021, when Hull was looking through his suitcase for his lyric notebook, but instead found a 1975 book of Puritan prayers called The Valley of Vision, which his mom had gifted to him the previous Christmas. The title became a mantra that helped inspire the music, as the band almost completely abandoned the instruments it is used to, and treated each track like a science experiment that started from the bottom and was added to gradually over time.

The Valley of Vision Tracklist
Capital Karma
The Way
Letting Go
Lose You Again
Rear View

Table For Glasses Artwork
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