Marion Confirm First UK Tour In 18 Years


Marion have announced that they will embark on their first UK tour in over 18 years this April. The band’s original line-up, which reformed for a one-off show in Manchester last December, have now confirmed that they will play six dates this Spring and are also set to start recording a new studio album later this year. They originally split in the late 1990s after releasing two albums, ‘This World And Body’ and ‘The Program’, and despite scoring two top 40 hits with ‘Let’s All Go Together’ and ‘Time’.

Lead singer Jaime Harding and guitarist Phil Cunningham did briefly reform under the band’s name in 2006 with a series of musicians from Bath, but it came to an end when Harding had to undergo open heart surgery.

Marion will play:

7th Manchester Ruby Lounge
10th Glasgow King Tuts
12th O2 Academy Islington
13th Sheffield Leadmill 2
14th Durham Live Lounge
15th York Duchess


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