Manchester Orchestra finally brings new album to St. Petersburg

Foxing opens at Jannus Live.

click to enlarge Manchester Orchestra finally brings new album to St. Petersburg
Shervin Lainez

Andy Hull and Robert McDowell have yet to take their band’s new album, The Million Masks Of God, on the road, but this weekend fans finally get a chance to hear what the Manchester Orchestra (pictured) principals co-produced with Catherine Marks (PJ Harvey, The Killers) and Ethan Gruska (Phoebe Bridgers).

If the live show is anything like the grand-scale and re-focused sound on Manchester Orchestra’s sixth record, then St. Petersburg is in for a treat.

And if you’re smart (and into guitar solos from guitarist Eric Hudson), then you’ll want to be at Jannus Live early for the opening set by Foxing whose new album Draw Down The Moon is the band’s boldest yet.

Manchester Orchestra w/Foxing. Sunday, Oct. 10, 6:30 p.m. $28.50-$34. Jannus Live, St. Petersburg.

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