The Verve deny V Festival cancellation rumours

The Verve have denied rumours that they are on the verge of cancelling their V Festival appearances this weekend (August 16-17). - Source

Richard Ashcroft: 'The Verve is not 'Mills And Boon''

The Verve's frontman Richard Ashcroft has confirmed that there are still inter-band tensions running within the group - despite them reuniting for a new album and various live shows and festival appearances this year. - Source

The Verve's Forth To Be Available As Boxset

It should come as no surprise that The Verve's upcoming comeback album, Forth, will be available in a plethora of formats. All three are currently available for pre-order over at the band's official online store, consisting over the regular CD, a deluxe boxset and a CD/DVD package - Source

Thom Yorke Gets His Classical On

Following in the footsteps of his bandmate Jonny Greenwood, Radiohead's Thom Yorke is dipping his toes into the world of classical music. He is joining musicians Simon Tong from The Verve/Blur/Gorillaz, John Maclean from the defunct Beta Band - Source

That "new" Verve song? It's from 1994. is offering a "free mp3 of new Verve track 'Mover'." Too bad it's actually from 1994! [see performance above.] - Source

The Verve close Glastonbury 2008 with a 'night of rock n roll'

The Verve have brought Glastonbury 2008 to a close, headlining the Pyramid Stage tonight (June 29). - Source

The Verve Sets Track Listing For 'Four'

The LP is comprised of:

1 Sit & Wonder
2 Love Is Noise
3 Rather Be
4 Judas
5 Numbness
6 I See Houses
7 Noise Epic
8 Valium Skies
9 Columbo
10 Appalachian Springs

Enjoy a stream of 'Love Is Noise' here. - Source

The Verve Unveils Comeback Single

Wanna enjoy 'Love Is Noise'?   - Source

The Verve Drops Hints On New LP

All we have thus far is the release date.And it's (officially) August 19th!More details to arrive shortly.Read my review of The Verve in NYC here.MP3: The Verve - Bitter Sweet Symphony - Source

This Is Music

The story of The Verve has always been a tumultuous one. In the late '90s while the likes of Oasis, Blur, Manic Street Preachers and Pulp were all enjoying their greatest successes, they technically didn't even exist. And when they finally achieved that level of worldwide success with "Bittersweet Symphony", effectively a coda for the Britpop era, they didn't end up seeing a penny of the royalties from the song and the band disintegrated again on the North American tour in support of Urban Hymns. If ever there was a band that had unfinished business to attend to, that needed and deserved a victory lap, it was The Verve.