$37.50 – General Admission Floor
$37.50 – Reserved Balcony
*plus applicable service fees
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The Jesus and Mary Chain
After returning with the new song ‘Amputation’, The Jesus And Mary Chain further preview the March 24th release of their long-awaited new album ‘Damage and Joy’ with the brand new single ‘Always Sad’. ‘Damage and Joy’ represents the legendary band’s first album since ‘Munki’ was released in the summer of 1998.
Produced by Youth, ‘Always Sad’ is a hazy sixties-tinged garage-rock groove in which Jim Reid’s nonchalant vocal delivery is complemented by guest Bernadette Denning’s sweeter vocal tone.
Fronted by the Reid brothers Jim and William, The Jesus And Mary Chain first reformed to play the Coachella festival back in 2007. Despite regular touring – most notably a 2015 world tour which revisited their landmark album ‘Psychocandy’ – it took some time before they could agree on a plan to record a much-mooted seventh album.
Work on ‘Damage and Joy’ (a reference to the English translation of schadenfreude) began in September 2015, with producer Youth also contributing bass and diplomacy to proceedings during sessions in London, Dublin and Granada, Spain. Alan McGee first confirmed that a new JAMC album was on the way by telling Canada’s CBC Music: “They’ve made another album! It’s a big deal! It’s kinda enormous.”
In addition to ‘Always Sad’ and ‘Amputation’, other highlights include a refined and re-energised new version of ‘All Things Must Pass’ which previously featured in the TV show ‘Heroes’ and then on ‘Upside Down: The Best of The Jesus and Mary Chain’; the raw ‘Facing Up To The Facts’ which offers the revealing lyric: “I hate my brother and he hates me / That’s the way it’s supposed to be”’; and the jagged power-pop that simmers in ‘The Two of Us’.