Steven Wilson has released a new track from his forthcoming album The Harmony Codex. Steeped in sun-dazed, autumnal acoustics, What Life Brings is a timeless psychedelic pop song – three and a half minutes of wistful pastoral beauty that offers the perfect entry point to the world of The Harmony Codex.
Rock Bottom is the latest in a series of collaborations with the amazing Ninet Tayeb, following on from Routine, Pariah, Blank Tapes and People Who Eat Darkness. Rock Bottom started life as a song that Ninet demoed as more of a guitar based track, but when she sent me her demo I immediately imagined it styled into a sweeping John … Read More
‘Impossible Tightrope’ from ‘The Harmony Codex’ is out now! Accompanied by an astonishing animated video directed by Miles Skarin/Crystal Spotlight. Both the song and the video take you on an immersive and constantly evolving journey. Oh, and see how many times you can spot “the object” in the video! SW – vocals, piano, acoustic guitar, bass, strings, moog sub … Read More
I’m thrilled to announce a special launch event; Steven Wilson presents The Harmony Codex at EartH, on Wednesday 27th September, 7pm. There will be a spatial audio playback of the entire 65 minute album over EartH’s amazing immersive sound system, followed by a unique 30 minute solo live set of music from the album, also in spatial audio. EartH is … Read More
Today you can listen to the first single to be taken from my seventh studio album The Harmony Codex – Economies of Scale is a soulful song built around electronic rhythms and layered vocal harmonies. Then next week something completely different, the mostly instrumental 11 minute hybrid of progressive rock, spiritual jazz and electronica that is Impossible Tightrope. More songs … Read More
I’m happy to announce my seventh album The Harmony Codex will be released exactly one month from today on 29th September by Virgin Music. This one is a real trip, a beautiful and experimental 65 minute labyrinth of a record, with almost every one of its 10 tracks taking a different musical approach. Today you can listen to Economies of … Read More
This year marks the tenth anniversary of my third album The Raven that Refused to Sing. Back then I was remixing the classic seventies music of progressive rock bands King Crimson, Yes, Gentle Giant, and Jethro Tull on an almost daily basis, so my head being full of their music the album became a sort of homage to that style … Read More
Revolution Records are auctioning a collection of test pressings from my personal archive, which include the Last Day Of June OST, Porcupine Tree’s The Incident, Coma:Coda, Closure/Continuation, House of Blues and Octane Twisted and finally No-Man’s Love You To Bits. All proceeds from these auctions will go to animal welfare charities. SW – Last Day Of June OST PT – … Read More