“Lust is a drug. In ‘Sometimes’, we explore the balance between fantasy and the commitment. We absolutely love women who know what they want, sometimes it’s too much, but ironically that’s what keeps us coming back. There’s just something about that attitude that gets us hooked.”
A quote from the duo when asked to interpret their focus track “Sometimes” which was released on March 26th earlier this year with their album “No Saints On Knight Street”.
This is just the kick-off point for the duo as they prepare for their much-awaited tour across Canada this winter. From November to December, MANILA GREY will definitely be the talk of the town when the year ends.
Be sure to check out MANILA GREY on the No Saints Tour. Tickets are on sale now.
Nov 19 Calgary, Canada
Nov 20 Edmonton, Canada
Nov 25 Victoria, Canada
Nov 26 Vancouver, Canada
Dec 2 Saskatoon, Canada
Dec 3 Winnipeg, Canada
Dec 8 London, Canada
Dec 9 Waterloo, Canada
Dec 10 Toronto, Canada
Dec 11 Montreal, Canada More dates coming soon
The album is the third and final installment to the No Saints trilogy. No Saints On Knight Street was preceded by No Saints Under Palm Shade and No Saints Loading. All records have been released independently via their own imprint 1z Co.
No Saints On Knight Street, the 13 song project from the Vancouver based duo, features James Reid, P-Lo & Renz Monclare. The album was executively produced by azel north who enlists a few collaborators including nafsi, 40k, KGB and Joseph L’Etranger, the latter who has who has done work with Ariana Grande & Migos.