Mikey Manville (born December 25, 1980) is a Canadian musician and lyricist, and the lead singer of the band The Manvils.
In 2006, The Manvils appeared on the front page of the popular Canadian fashion/Music magazine ION. That same year, Manville and The Manvils appeared on the national Budweiser Guitar Maker ad campaign. The commercial later aired in China during the Beijing Olympics.
Between 2005-2007, Manville and producer John Akred created "Broken Arms" in Akred's private Chicago studio - Clodock Recording Parlour - with a special guest appearance by pedal steel guitar legend, Bob Egan (Wilco/Blue Rodeo).
In 2008, The Manvils began writing and recording their new album with acclaimed producer, Ryan Dahle (Limblifter/Age Of Electric). Recorded at the Factory and The recRoom (Greenhouse Studios), the new album was finalized in early 2009 and was released on Sandbag Records on August 11, 2009.
In September 2009, The Manvils and Hollywood actor, John Savage (The Deer Hunter, Thin Red Line, The Onion Field) teamed up with director Tristan Orchard and shot a music video for "Turpentine", the first single off their sophomore self-titled album. The video was shot on 35mm film and was inspired by filmmaker, David Lynch.