A&E isn’t a reinvention for Spiritualized, but while that might be a disappointment for some, the comforting embrace of familiarity shouldn’t be underrated.
Despite its title, Spiritualized’s fifth opus was...
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October show moved to February of next yearRead More
There's also a new album to look forward to!Read More
Release due this AutumnRead More
Jason Pierce's Spiritualized will play Irish dates in Cork and Vicar Street this October.Read More
Psychedelic indie-rockers, Spiritualized to play Kilkenny on August 17Read More
Unconvincing and dull - best consumed in small dosesRead More
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Seminal '90s indie experimenters Spiritualized have announced a May visit to Belfast.Read More
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Certainly, this is the rockiest wig-out the Spiritualized mainman has indulged in for years.Read More
The album divides neatly into two categories – raucous trancey rock songs and strident soulful tunes. With the latter, Pierce evinces to wonderful effect his refined sense of pace and song structure.Read More
JASON PIERCE of SPIRITUALIZED comes on down to talk about mythology versus reality, art versus autobiography and the economy inherent in a cast of hundreds. Interview: PETER MURPHYRead More
The audience had plenty of reasons to stay rooted to the spot and be blown away by this gorgeous cascade of soundRead More
First, let’s dispense with all the drug talk. The ’90s narcotic experience was a social rather than solitary one.Read More
Here comes the moment we’ve all been anticipating for the last four years, and the really good news is that the return of the mighty Spiritualized is one to relish.Read More