LATEST NEWS

December 30, 2020

The Future Bites Deluxe Edition Unboxing Video

News

Here’s a video of me unboxing the first The Future Bites deluxe edition off the production line, with a soundtrack drawn from the exclusive and copious bonus material. A couple of the items included in the box are a secret and have bee...

December 19, 2020

Half-Light – The Future Bites Sessions

News

Today’s session track delves back to the music I wrote for Deadwing, the movie that never was (but that may be again), a love theme between the two main characters. It was replaced on the Porcupine Tree album of the same name by a grou...

December 15, 2020

First reviews come in for The Future Bites

News

Glowing reviews are starting to come in for The Future Bites – in a full page review UK magazine MOJO awards the album 4/5 and describes it as “A great grown up pop record“, opining that “(Wilson’s) solo work has seen him embracing...

December 11, 2020

Voyage 34 – The Future Bites Sessions

News

The latest Future Bites session is one of my very earliest solo recordings. Voyage 34 was released under the name Porcupine Tree way back in 1992, and at the time was one of the longest singles ever released at 30 minutes! This session v...

December 7, 2020

THE FUTURE BITES TOUR SEP/OCT 2021

News

Steven Wilson has announced an extensive tour in support of his forthcoming sixth album, The Future Bites (due January 29th 2021). The tour begins in the UK in September 2021 before crossing Europe. Tickets for UK shows go on sale at 10a...

November 27, 2020

Watch the new video for PERSONAL SHOPPER

News

“The song PERSONAL SHOPPER sits somewhere between being a love-letter to shopping (which I love to do!) and the uneasiness I feel about the more insidious side of modern consumerism. Lucretia’s blackly comic video captures that dilemma...

Load More

SWHQ FACTS

In the summer of 2014, Wilson released Cover Version, an album compiled from six singles recorded between 2003-2010 and originally issued individually on his Headphone Dust label. Each featured a pop cover on the A-side and an original on the flip; all songs were performed completely solo.