MAN MADE announce new single and festival dates including Isle of Wight and Latitude

MAN MADE announce new single and festival dates including Isle of Wight and Latitude

MAN MADE RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘YOU NEVER KNOW HOW IT FEELS’ THIS MAY AND ANNOUNCE FESTIVAL DATES

Following their lauded single releases ‘TV Broke My Brain’ and ‘Carsick Cars’, and a series of thrilling UK tours, the rising Manchester-based 3-piece Man Made release their new single ‘You Never Know How It Feels’ on June 5th 2015.

Rapidly building up an impressive history for such a new band, Man Made have already found themselves sharing stages with the likes of Jake Bugg, Broken Social Scene, Superfood, Honeyblood and Sunset Sons, performing on the NME ‘New Breed’ tour, and at the Reading & Leeds and Latitude festivals.

The band’s time spent in the Pacific North West, as well as the rainy atmosphere of their Manchester hometown has created a fusion of American guitar bands and classic British songwriting, a sound evident on their new release and complimented with Gil Norton (Foo Fighters, Pixies) on mixing duties for the track.

Having easily earned a reputation as one of the most exciting bands to watch out for in 2015, Man Made will release ‘You Never Know How It Feels’ on June 5th 2015. The three-piece will also release a limited edition 12” for Record Store Day on April 18th featuring the track ‘TV Broke My Brain’, Carsick Cars’ and ‘All Mine’.

Man Made play this years Dot To Dot, Latitude, Live At Leeds and Kendal Calling Festivals, with more tour dates and festival announcements to follow very shortly!

LIVE

22 May – MANCHESTER – Dot To Dot Festival

23 May – BRISTOL – Dot To Dot Festival

24 May – NOTTINGHAM – Dot To Dot Festival

13 June – WAKEFIELD – Long Division

17 July – SUFFOLK – Latitude Festival

31 July – KENDAL – Kendal Calling Festival

‘You Never Know How It Feels’

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