Anything that reminds me of The Manic Street Preachers has got to be good, right? “The Bridge” certainly does that. There is something in the balance of weight and jauntiness, the lyrics that get deeper and darker the more you contemplate them, the fine line it walks between pop and a hard place, between edge and accessibility, that I find similarly echoing in their work…

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