The Jesus and Mary Chain have shared ‘Always Sad’, a new song from their upcoming album. ‘Damage And Joy’, the band’s first full-length release in over 18 years, is due…
Mac DeMarco, Father John Misty and Jesus & Mary Chain lead the names on the massive line-up for End Of The Road festival 2017. With DeMarco and Misty headlining, other…
The Jesus and Mary Chain have announced a new UK and Ireland tour for 2017. The East Kilbride five-piece will go back out on the road in the new year…
The Jesus and Mary Chain have shared a new song from their first album in nearly two decades. The track, ‘Amputation’, features on their forthcoming seventh studio album ‘Damage and Joy’,…
The Jesus and Mary Chain will release their first new album in nearly two decades next year. Alan McGee, co-founder of the Scottish band’s former label Creation Records, revealed the news…
Band say it's 'early days' but promise a 'more mature sound'
Recorded in November 2014, the show marked the 30th anniversary of debut album 'Psychocandy'
The reformed band's last LP was released in 1998
Scottish band said support act Eagulls had to pull out 'due to other commitments'
They will play a run of shows in February to celebrate the album's 30th anniversary
The band will play a low-key gig at Vicar Street on July 31
Band will play their 1985 album at two additional gigs
Management arm of Creation Records relaunched ahead of band's UK dates in November
The November gigs will take place in anticipation of the album's 30th anniversary next year
Boxset released to celebrate 30 years since the Scottish band formed
1988's 'Barbed Wire Kisses (B-Sides And More)' and 1993′s ‘The Sound Of Speed’ set for re-release
Jessica Paré sang with the band at two North American shows last week
Scottish rockers to play first shows in four years in March
Songwriter reveals the previously unreleased 'Black And Blues'
Although the frontman admits 'it's a very hard record to play live'
John Moore Rock And Roll Trio to play Social venue
Encyclopaedic boxset ‘The Power Of Negative Thinking’ gathers up every last crumb that’s fallen from the East Kilbride noisemasters’ high-piled banquet table over the past 26 years, from the snarly…
Bands to commemorate former Earl Brutus star
The festival hits three cities this summer
NME.COM has the band's 'Heroes'-inspired song online
One of the band’s Roundhouse gigs pulled
The album will be the band's first since 1998
Band will play two nights in a row in March
Veteran rockers also ready first new song in a decade
Kevin Shields is among those watching hit-packed Brixton set