Manic Street Preachers release new single

2014-04-24 by Elliott S. Edwards STAFF | 2 Comments
The Manic Street Preachers have released the new single from Futurology, entitled
'Walk Me To The Bridge', on Google Play.

While other outlets have had it available for periods of time, various leaks have surfaced
since the delay of the album to July, such as the album cover and track listing. Sony has
since removed most streams, however outlets such as BigPond and Google continue to provide
the track.

The song can be purchased here;
https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Manic_Street_Preachers_Walk_Me_to_the_Bridge?id=B6 kr6flmnln4l6ccqvzjc3w5k2q

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