Manchester Orchestra Tickets
Manchester Orchestra is a millennial band made up by millennials who sing about more than just breakups and hangovers. The alternative rock group has been producing deep and introspective music for ten years now and has released five studio albums, their latest being “A Black Mile to the Surface”. The band follows lead Andy Hull’s lyrical vision and includes Andy Prince, Chris Freeman and Gobotron. The four-piece usually travels with ensemble musicians and tours the country when it is not working on its albums. In fact, it is about to embark on its fall 2017 tour and Manchester Orchestra tickets for many of these events have opened up.
Manchester Orchestra is an outfit which relies heavily on performing live. Not only is this the most direct connection with their audience, but it is also a means to maintain control of their music. Despite being constantly scouted by large music labels, Manchester Orchestra continues to sign itself to a label which distributes its songs to independent record companies. They want their music to be available to as many people and at as low a price as possible. To make up for the lack of profits, they tour as much as they can and have gained great numbers of audiences as a result.
Manchester Orchestra is a regular at a number of music festivals in America and Canada and they perform solo live shows as well. Their touring schedule for a number of places has been announced and Manchester Orchestra tickets for these events have gone up on sale. Book your seats now and catch them in the act this fall.
A Black Mile to the Surface (2017)
Manchester Orchestra’s latest album brings forward an intensity that Hull’s songs have always hinted at but never displayed to this extent. His artistry shines through on the stripped-down folksy single, “The Alien” which is an account of the outsiders in society. There is a sense of escapism in the tracks on this album, an acceptance of one’s demons and going beyond them.
Previous Songs and Albums
Although Manchester Orchestra has released its tracks in five studio albums over a period of time, each of the tracks on the album are stand-alones as well. That is, the albums are not exactly concept albums, but simply an account of the inspirations and influences the band has gained over the period of time a particular record was completed.
“Mean Everything to Nothing” (2009) for example, is full of teenage angst and need to escape, however, each of the songs deal with a separate issue altogether. Tracks such as “The Only One” are powerhouse crowd pleasers. And then some of the tracks are existentialist, pondering over life and its meaning. For a band made up of individuals averaging nineteen years of age at the time, there is a great deal of diversity in the subject matter of this album, which introduces a variety of ideas to their fan base.
The next album, “Simple Math (2011)” extends the existentialist crisis: however, the tracks on this album are coming to terms with the despair in one’s life. This album is truly Andy Hull, the lead vocalist and songwriter’s voice as he comes to terms with marriage, love, religion and sex. At twenty-three years of age, Hull is projecting the ideas of his generation to the wider world. The band’s more recent albums, “Hope” and “Cope” are politically charged, with less introspection and more awareness of the actual outside world. However, these albums bring metanarratives to humanistic levels of understanding, making them relatable to younger people.
Signature Rock Formula
Manchester Orchestra is not your typical hardcore rock band. And nor is it a completely experimental outfit with infused electronic influences. It is an alternative rock pocket of its own making, with subdued yet powerful instrumentation. The band’s chilling ballad “I Can Feel a Hot One” is an apt example of this because the song is delivered in a mellow tone however the guitar riffs and drums turn it into a powerhouse of sorts. Manchester Orchestra is filling the niche which was left in alternative rock since the 90’s and redefining the genre for an all-new generation.
The four members of Manchester Orchestra met in college in Santa Barbara, California and clicked instantly. They have been making music ever since and began gaining recognition through their live shows. Despite their tender ages, the band had great vision and quickly tapped into a rather empty space in alternative rock after the end of 90’s grunge. It was a success, and they have currently launched their fifth studio album to great acclaim.
Manchester Orchestra Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Manchester Orchestra tickets is $67. The date and location for this event is 8-Dec-17 at Oracle Arena, Oakland. The minimum get-in price for Manchester Orchestra tickets is $21.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Live 105's Not So Silent Night: The Lumineers, Portugal the Man, Vance Joy, Manchester Orchestra & Welshly Arms||Oakland||8-Dec-17||$67||$21|
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