Richard Ashcroft, James and Blossoms have all been announced to perform huge shows at Manchester’s Castlefield Bowl as part of Sounds Of The City 2017. The Northern mini-festival returns, announcing…
The Charlatans and James have announced details of a huge joint Christmas show in Liverpool. Dates and ticket details are below. Manchester ‘Sit Down’ veterans James and fellow indie heroes…
The owner of Worthy Farm cut the ceremonial ribbon on the festival's second biggest stage earlier this morning
The band started their Other Stage set 50 minutes late due to damage to the field
The band were scheduled to start at 11am
The Mancunians looked on for a possible number one mid-week, but miss out to '25'
The band are on course for number one in the midweek charts
Manchester rock heroes to kick off festival on the Friday
Band's 14th album will be released in March 2016
'La Petite Mort' will be supported by a to-be-announced arena tour
Indie stalwarts will play nine dates in the autumn
'The Night Before' will be out on April 19
Acts will join Paul McCartney, The Strokes and Jay-Z at the event
Band set for 'The Mirrorball' gig run
Manchester band set to warm up for tour next month
Tim Booth calls Prime Minister 'desperate'
Jaunt will support first album in seven years
Plus band make 9/11 protest at 2008 festival
US version of 'Hey Ma' features bonus track
Manchester veterans to play six dates in December
'Hey Ma' controversial cover already banned
Plus release date for new album
Band roll out a greatest hits set at Weston Park
“This is another new song,” Tim Booth simpers. “Fuck off!” replies the Configuration & Logistics Manager stood next to NME. James’ bed used to be on fire with passionate love,…
Tim Booth said they just 'started jamming'
Manchester baggyists return after five-year hiatus
Tim Booth's final hometown show is recorded for posterity...
The ailing band also plan to reissue their back catalogue with bonus tracks and new sleevenotes...
Tim Booth says the group's forthcoming UK tour will be the "last chance to catch the current line-up"...
The band's departure after six albums and a hits compilation is reported to be "perfectly amicable"...