I’m very happy to announce the first leg of the next tour, which will be to promote the next album, due to be released in late February. At the moment shows in the UK and Europe in March have been announced, but this is just the beginning!
Hello and welcome to Steven Wilson’s official website. Here you will find the latest news, tour dates, videos and more! Along with the relaunch of SWHQ, you will find much news here about the current work in progress new album (the first to be recorded with Steven’s current band line up), and the extensive tour that will follow release of … Read More
On Monday 22nd October, Steve Hackett is releasing a double CD set of his ongoing Genesis Revisited project, and I was happy to contribute to one of Steve’s original compositions for the band “Can Utility and the Coastliners” (originally on the Foxtrot album from 1972). Mikael, Nick Beggs, Steve Rothery, and many others also make contributions to this excellent album.
To coincide with the launch of the new website, my own Headphone Dust mail order store is now going to try to carry as much of my currently in print catalogue as possible, including vinyl and CD releases solo, Porcupine Tree, No-Man, Bass Communion, Blackfield…etc… Headphone Dust has been expertly run by Sirendurai for several years and the service and … Read More
Recording for the next Steven Wilson album has wrapped in Los Angeles, and you can see clips of the recording sessions (still being added to) over on the official SW YouTube page. There is still some work to do before work is complete, but the provisional track listing (subject to change) for the as yet untitled album is as follows: … Read More
The Get All You Deserve live film has been exceptionally well received and has entered the top 10 music video charts in the UK at 5, Germany at 2, as well as the top 10 in Belgium, Sweden and Italy. The special 4 disc book version has now sold out, but there is a standard retail edition which includes the … Read More
A special world premiere of Get All You Deserve will take place at the Prince Charles cinema at London’s Leicester Square on September 6th at 7.30pm. The full 130 minute film will be screened, followed by a Q&A session. Tickets for the screening are available from the cinema website for £12 (plus 75p booking fee). Really hope to see you … Read More