The rising Manchester-based 3-piece Man Made will release their brand new single 'TV Broke My Brain' this September, as well as performing at both the Reading / Leeds Festivals this August and an XFM Xposure showcase on September 13th.
Having quickly built up an impressive history for such a new band, Man Made have already found themselves sharing stages with the likes of Broken Social Scene, Bright Eyes, The Lemonheads and Badly Drawn Boy, as well as performing at Latitude festival.
Owning an innate mastery of their instruments, the trio have an astonishing musical pallet with a natural knack for melody, never more evident than on the forthcoming single release 'TV Broke My Brain', an instantly likeable slice of indie-rock that shows the band pushing into exciting new frontiers.
The band's time spent in the Pacific North West, as well as their native Manchester, has also seen their influences widen to include American guitar bands from the Portland, Seattle, and Olympia scenes, as well as the rainy atmosphere of their hometown.
Now having easily earned a reputation as one of the most exciting bands to watch for in 2014, Man Made are set to capitalise on that with the release of both their new single and performances at both the Reading & Leeds Festivals and an XFM Xposure show this September.
'TV Broke My Brain' will be released this September. A full UK tour and high profile support dates will also be announced in the coming weeks, with Man Made's debut album set for release in early 2015.
22 Aug - LEEDS - Leeds Festival
24 Aug- READING - Reading Festival
13 Sep - MANCHESTER - Ruby Lounge (XFM Xposure presents)
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