Manic Street Preachers and Suede have announced a co-headline US and Canadian tour. Check out the dates and ticket details below, as Manics’ frontman James Dean Bradfield tells NME about their history with the band and other recent activity.Come November, the Manics and Suede (known in the US as The London Suede due to copyright reasons) will be both be hitting the road once again – recreating the line-up of a European tour they did together back in 1993.“I can’t think of a band I’d rather share a stage with than Manic Street Preachers,” said Suede frontman Brett Anderson. “They have long been an inspiration to us, and I know there are thousands of Suede fans who feel the same.
It’s nearly 30 years since we last played together and I think these shows are going to be something really special.”For the upcoming tour, Bradfield promised that the Manics would deliver “a banging greatest hits set – as simple as that”.Looking back on their joint 1994 jaunt back when the Manics were promoting their seminal third album ‘The Holy Bible’, Bradfield told NME: “God almighty, that’s a long time ago, isn’t it?
I vividly remember those gigs because Richey [Edwards, now missing guitarist] was coming back from what you might call his emotional event and was insisting that he wanted to come on the road.Read more on nme.com