US & Canada Tour Reviews Roundup

Manic Street Preachers co-headline tour with Suede wrapped up this week in Toronto, Canada. 

Below is a selection of live reviews and photo galleries from across the tour: 

“For all the poetic yearning and political anger steeped in Manic Street Preachers’ songs, their performance felt carefree and spirited.” – 

“Manic Street Preachers reconnect with their long-neglected U.S. fans with a career-spanning set.” – Riff Magazine  

“Bradfield and company played with the calm coolness of a band that is comfortable with their craft.” – Spill Magazine 

“Fan favorite Everything Must Go brought the crowd to its feet, with Bradfield spinning in circles as he blasted out a wonderfully lyrical guitar solo.” – Smells Like Infinite Sadness 

“A great night of music” – 

“Suede & Manic Street Preachers brought Britpop classics to Brooklyn” – Brooklyn Vegan 

A nice cross-section of close to 30 years of great music” – WXPN 

“Their set played more like a best-of performance, touching on their hits over fifteen tracks.” – V13 

“The room shivers and stomps and shrieks with every tweak of the strings.” – The Vinyl District

“Frontman James Dean Bradfield was a study and assured presence and his expressive and soulful voice, combined with the Manic’s resplendent hard rock melodies, was completely uplifting.” – Parklife DC 

“A solid set from a band that has been notoriously underrated in the U.S.” – The Pop Break 

Photo Galleries:

Aesthetic Magazine  


We All Want Someone To Shout For

Bright Noise