Divine Youth

Album: Futurology (2014)

Songfacts®:

  • This gentle Space-Rock ballad is a duet between James Dean Bradfield and 2013 Welsh Music Prize winner Georgia Ruth. It finds the pair complaining about how the digital age has destroyed imagination.
  • The song takes its title from a slogan that adorned a T-shirt of Manics' bassist Nicky Wire and former rhythm guitarist Richey Edward, which found itself on the high street.

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