Atlanta natives Manchester Orchestra will make their way to Cleveland’s House of Blues on March 14!
The band is on tour in support of their most recent album, The Million Masks of God, which was was named one of 2021’s Best Albums of the Year by Consequence, Brooklyn Vegan, and FLOOD Magazine, among others, and earned acclaim and features from Stereogum, NPR Music, Uproxx, SPIN, and more. The album’s lead single “Bed Head” rose to the chart as the band’s latest #2 AAA and Top 20 Alternative radio hit, ranking as one of “Public Radio’s Most Popular Songs Of 2021” at NPR Music. Notable performances of “Bed Head” include for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’s#PlayAtHome series, CBS This Morning: Saturday Sessions, WXPN World Cafe, WNYC New Sounds, and Comedy Bang Bang’s 12th anniversary special. In addition to the LP, the band also released the heavy, slow-burning “Never Ending” in 2021—their contribution to the Dark Nights: Death Metal Soundtrack, executive produced by Tyler Bates (“Guardians of the Galaxy,” “Watchmen,” “John Wick”)—and Christmas Songs Vol. 1, a holiday album featuring covers of six seasonal classics. On the morning of The Stuffing, the band also released The Million Masks of God: The Remixes, featuring inventive reimaginings of their songs by Local Natives, Dirty Projectors, Lucius, and more.
Produced by Manchester Orchestra’s lead songwriting duo of Andy Hull and Robert McDowell, Catherine Marks (PJ Harvey, The Killers) and Ethan Gruska (Phoebe Bridgers), The Million Masks Of God presents an even grander scale of the epic and re-focused approach to record-making that the band has forged in recent years. Their sixth album finds the band of Hull, McDowell, Tim Very, and Andy Prince relentlessly pushing themselves to create a work that breaks beyond the scope and limits of every previous release in an effort to create their most towering achievement to date, all while sorting through the aftermath of a devastating loss.
The group previously released several extended plays and six studio albums: I’m Like a Virgin Losing a Child (2006), Mean Everything to Nothing (2009), Simple Math (2011), Cope (2014) (as well as its accompanying acoustic version, Hope), and A Black Mile to the Surface (2017).
The band has performed at major music festivals such as Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Coachella, Riot Fest, Shaky Knees Music Festival, Firefly Music Festival, Reading and Leeds Festivals, Austin City Limits Music Festival and more.
All tickets are for general admission and priced at $29 (plus fees). Tickets can be purchased in person at the House of Blues box office or online via the link below:
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