New Manchester Orchestra Song

2013-10-29 by Adam Amanse | 22 Comments
Atlanta-based indie-rock outfit Manchester Orchestra have released a new song that is featured on the
soundtrack for the new movie Dallas Buyers Club starring Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto.

The track, entitled 'After The Scripture', can be heard below:
[A]http://www.fuse.tv/2013/10/exclusive-premiere-manchester-orchestra-dallas-buyers-club-after-
the-scripture[/A]

Dallas Buyers Club will hit theaters on Friday, November 1st. The soundtrack will be available for
purchase on Tuesday, October 29th.

Tagged: Manchester Orchestra

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CrazyDiamond7
October 29th 2013
95 Comments


And the Sputnik jizzfest begins.

Rowan5215
October 29th 2013
31007 Comments


^ it's Manchester Orchestra not Brand New

Rowan5215
October 29th 2013
31007 Comments


wow this is amazing by the way

lachis
October 29th 2013
240 Comments


and it has begun.

XingKing
October 29th 2013
11132 Comments


Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet

heyadam
October 29th 2013
1776 Comments


Such a good track. Sounds a lot more along the lines of RAGC!, that melody is so sweet.

808muzik
October 29th 2013
995 Comments


Aww man thought a new album was coming.

SaveYourBreath
October 29th 2013
191 Comments


Tuestday, October 28th.

Tuesday* is the 29th.

And the song's great.

henryChinaski
October 29th 2013
3242 Comments


Pretty good.

808muzik
October 29th 2013
995 Comments


track is okay though

MyMentality
October 29th 2013
76 Comments


Love it! They've been working on the new album over Spring/Summer apparently, so I wouldn't be surprised if this is a track off there. If it was it'd be the 'Deer' or 'I Can Feel Your Pain' of the record. Nice!

Pheromone
October 29th 2013
4173 Comments


The vocals seem a bit iffy compared to their normal stuff but it doesn't take must adjusting, really enjoyable song!

Crawl
October 29th 2013
1763 Comments


fucking finally

ZippaThaRippa
October 29th 2013
2503 Comments


Reminds me of the intro on Chuck by Sum 41

AdolfChrist
October 29th 2013
2006 Comments


damn, that guitar is fucking moody.

Nikkolae
October 29th 2013
4956 Comments


this is sooo nice

Digging: Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes - Blossom

iGuter
October 29th 2013
371 Comments


What a deep and well crafted song for a theatrical release. It has such a dark and sorrowful resonance.

Digging: The Paper Kites - twelvefour

Friday13th
October 29th 2013
3949 Comments


Mahavishnu Orchestra are back...oh wait it's just that indie band =(

Digging: Cluster - Zuckerzeit

heyadam
October 29th 2013
1776 Comments


"Tuestday, October 28th.

Tuesday* is the 29th.

And the song's great."

thanks mang. fixed


BigTuna
October 29th 2013
5168 Comments


Hello guitar. Hello Andy Hull.

ABjordanMM
October 29th 2013
1507 Comments


Andy Hull never disappoints.

gotsthedewsdood
October 30th 2013
635 Comments


They're done with the album already. Been giving updates all summer over facebook. Also anything Andy Hull sings on is magical.



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