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TO THE BONE
- My fifth record is in many ways inspired by the hugely ambitious progressive pop records that I loved in my youth (think Peter Gabriel’s So, Kate Bush’s Hounds of Love, Talk Talk’s Colour of Spring and Tears for Fears’ Seeds of Love).
Lyrically, the album’s eleven tracks veer from the paranoid chaos of the current era in which truth can apparently be a flexible notion, observations of the everyday lives of refugees, terrorists and religious fundamentalists, and a welcome shot of some of the most joyous wide-eyed escapism I’ve created in my career so far. Something for all the family!
STEVEN WILSON’S PLAYLIST
SW’s daily soundtrack – diverse / divisive / eclectic / eccentric.
For the upcoming #ToTheBoneTour, we’re once again looking for volunteers to help sell the tour programme - if you are interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you to arrange details - payment is a copy of the programme plus a tour t-shirt! 🙏 pic.twitter.com/M7cqn1u20A
Steven has a long-running solo project named Bass Communion. Each Bass Communion album consists of atmospheric instrumental music based on a thematic musical idea. For example, Ghosts on Magnetic Tape was an EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) record, Molotov and Haze used only guitar as a sound source, and Cenotaph was something that used rhythm as a kind of heartbeat over which Steven Iayered choral sounds. File under: Uneasy listening.