Originally from Canada, Manchester Orchestra is an indie-rock band that you won't want to miss this weekend at the Forecastle Festival. Playing this Friday night on the west stage, band members Andy Hull, Robert McDowell, Chris Freeman & Jonathan Corley will begin playing at 8 PM. Their last full cd release was "Mean Everything to Nothing" which came out in 2009. They also released a split EP earlier this year in January titled "I Could Be the Only One".
They recently performed in Tennessee at Bonnaroo and gave interviews to both Paste Magazine and Adam Carollo (for the Adam Carolla show) with the latter being the more in-depth of the two. You should check them out on their official website or just buy tickets for Friday nights show here. You may also want to follow them on Twitter in case you just can't get enough.
Photo courtesy of Manchester Orchestra's Press Team from their official website
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