Acclaimed Nashville-based artist Briston Maroney will headline at Manchester’s Bread Shed next week as part of his UK headline tour.  The Manchester gig is one of 7 UK dates he is playing.

The tour follows the release of his latest album Ultrapure.

Ultrapure was produced by two-time Grammy-winner Daniel Tashian and engineered by Konrad Snyder.  The artist wrote the album in his adopted hometown of Nashville and recorded each of the instruments himself.

Speaking about the album Briston Maroney said, “My favourite moments in the human experience are ones that you don’t even realise have started, but you feel so deeply when you realise they’ve ended. I refer to these as ‘ultrapure’ moments. The album was my humble, unqualified and earnest-as-hell attempt at sitting in those feelings until they had no choice but to burst out of my head. These songs are about a type of pain I hate and love, but mostly have a deep appreciation for.”

Briston Maroney’s debut LP Sunflower was released in 2021, following a trio of acclaimed EPs: Miracle, Indiana and Carnival — the latter of which spurned the Platinum-certified single Freakin’ Out On The Interstate.

When does Briston Maroney headline at Manchester’s Bread Shed?

Briston Maroney headlines at the Bread Shed Manchester on 3 November 2023.  The Manchester gig is one of 7 UK dates he is playing:
31 October – Brighton, Chalk
1 November – London, Scala
3 November – Manchester, Bread Shed
4 November – Glasgow, Stereo
5 November – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
7 November – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
8 November – Bristol, Thekla

Image of Briston Maroney courtesy Muriel Margaret