‘How Big The Space’ – exclusive Record Store Day release
Available only in independent record stores only on April 21st 2018
Steven Wilson has announced details of an exclusive Record Store Day release.
How Big The Space is a previously unreleased track written with XTC’s Andy Partridge. It was recorded during the sessions for Steven’s 2017 album To The Bone. This limited release features the original song, an instrumental version and a recording of People Who Eat Darkness - one of the highlights of To The Bone – featuring vocals from Steven’s regular collaborator Ninet Tayeb. How Big The Space will be released on blue vinyl 12” only on Caroline International. Record Store Day 2018 takes place across the world on April 21st.
Steven Wilson is currently on a sold out European tour that reaches the UK on March 15th. The dates are:
Mar 15th Warwick Arts Centre Coventry, UK
Mar 17th Mandela Hall Belfast, UK
Mar 19th Olympia Theatre Dublin, Ireland
Mar 21st St David's Hall Cardiff, United Kingdom (sold out)
Mar 22nd Symphony Hall Birmingham, UK
Mar 24th Sec Armadillo Glasgow, UK
Mar 25th Sage, Gateshead, UK
Mar 27th Royal Albert Hall London, UK (sold out)
Mar 28th Royal Albert Hall London, UK (sold out)
Mar 29th Royal Albert Hall London, UK
Mar 31st Bridgewater Hall Manchester, UK (sold out)
Apr 1st Bridgewater Hall Manchester, UK
Steven Wilson’s fifth album To The Bone was released to massive acclaim in August 2017, charting at No 3 in the UK album chart. It was described as “an inimitable rabbit-hole of psychedelia” (Planet Rock, 5*), “wonderfully executed pop brilliance” (Q, 4*) and “a near perfect balance… flash & flamboyant with lovingly crafted big tunes” (Mojo, 4*).
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