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Manchester Orchestra A Black Mile to the Surface Following up from 2014's Cope, the ever brilliant Manchester Orchestra bring their fifth full length album A Black Mile to the Surface, another excellent release from the band, it's crushing and beautiful. If you're into Brand New, Thrice or Bear's Den then check this out. “We’re a band that loves to use heavy, crunchy guitars,” says frontman Andy Hull. “We wondered how we could limit the use of that, so that when the guitars come in they can be creative and impactful. For Swiss Army Man [a Sundance hit the boys worked on] we had to make seventy minutes of music with our hands tied behind our backs. When you’re creating all the sounds you need just from the human voice, it allows you to rethink what is possible, and determine what is really needed. We wanted to make an album in a ‘ non-Manchester’ way if there is such a thing.” CD | LP
Ryan Russell / Manchester Orchestra / Minus The Bear Continental Obscura: From Birmingham to Bellingham No Sleep present this excellent 8” x 10.5” 180 page photobook by brilliant rock photographer Ryan Russell which also comes with a Sonic Blue/White Haze 7”/ Download featruing Manchester Orchestra and Minus The Bear. "Ryan is one of the greatest photographers working today.” - Ben Gibbard (Death Cab For Cutie) “Ryan is an exceptional talent.” - Hayley Williams (Paramore) In the summer of 2013 he embarked on a life- changing, cross-country journey, moving from his native city of Birmingham, AL to the Pacific Northwest town of Bellingham, WA. Russell documented his trip, capturing the back roads, ghost towns, national parks and historical sites of America with stunning photos of the sights and people he met along the way. “Continental Obscura: From Birmingham to Bellingham” will also include an exclusive 7” vinyl record featuring rare unreleased B-sides from Manchester Orchestra and Minus the Bear, two bands that Russell has shot extensively and that inspired his work over the course of creating the book. No Sleep Records 7"
Thrice T-shirt: Palms A t-shirt from Thrice, one of the most important post-hardcore / rock bands of the last decade with artwork from their 10th full length album Palms.
Thrice Beggars (10th Anniversary) LP is on tri-colour vinyl, includes a bonus 7". We're pretty sure the colours are packaged at random. The tenth anniversary edition of Beggars from Thrice, pressed on tri-striped coloured vinyl and includes a bonus 7" with the tracks Red Telephone and Answered (first time on vinyl for both). I'm really excited about this record. Beggars is more visceral and more raw - both in the songwriting and in the overall sound. It moves with a different energy than any of our past records. It was born out of us playing together in a room, almost as a backlash to the giant headgame that was The Alchemy Index. Vagrant 7" | LP
Manchester Orchestra Hope The brilliant Manchester Orchestra release Hope a set of stripped down alternative versions of songs from Cope! Loma Vista CD | LP
Manchester Orchestra Simple Math New album from the pretty darn excellent Manchester Orchestra. Fans of Band Of Horses and later Brand New stuff should be all over this! http://www.columbiarecords.com/simplemath/ Sony Music CD | LP
Manchester Orchestra Live At Park Ave. RECORD STORE DAY EXCLUSIVE - Released 17th April Strictly one per customer - you're not 100% guaranteed but orders will be honoured first come first served! Manchester Orchestra release a special acoustic live album that was put out for Record Store Day in the states. The CD was recorded at Park Ave CDs independent store in Orlando and we have a few copies so grab em' quick! www.myspace.com/manchesterorchestra Columbia CD
Thrice Vheissu Deluxe 180g black vinyl includes an expanded artwork booklet. An imported, double vinyl LP reissue of the phenomenal album from post-hardcore veterans Thrice, seeing the band push their sound and evolve into a genre defying band. Available on either deluxe 180g black vinyl or clear vinyl. The album has endured the test of time and is now commonly seen as Thrice's greatest album and one of the greatest post-hardcore albums ever made. Mercury LP