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Steven Wilson’s upcoming 2013 world tour to support his new album ‘The Raven That Refused To Sing (and other stories)‘ will cover several cities throughout the USA and Canada. A date in Mexico City at the Teatro Metropolitan (where the recently released concert film ‘Get All You Deserve‘ was filmed) has been added for 14th May.
You can see the list of dates for USA/Canada/Mexico below, along with venue information and ticket links. Steven is working closely with Lasse Hoile to take the show to the next level, with plans to make the show even more of an engaging visual experience. To see dates announced for the UK and Europe, click here.
No shows booked at the moment.
Steven Wilson has just released the fourth video in the LA recording sessions series, which features the band recording ‘The Holy Drinker’, which according to Steven’s new website is an epic ten minute piece. Watch the video below and let us know what you think in the comments! If you missed the previous parts, you can head over to Steven’s official YouTube channel to see them.
Steven Wilson updated his Facebook page this morning with several details including tomorrow’s world premiere of ‘Get All You Deserve’ in London (buy tickets here), the recording sessions with Alan Parsons at the end of this month, and more importantly the addition of guitarist virtuoso Guthrie Govan to the touring live band. Read the full update below, and be sure to ‘like’ Steven’s Facebook page if you haven’t already. Photo credit – Robert Grablewski.
“Thanks to everyone who attended the short No-Man tour last week, which was a lot of fun! Another quick reminder about this Thursday’s world premiere of my new concert film ‘Get All You Deserve’, directed by Lasse Hoile. Following the screening there will be a Q&A where I’ll do my best to answer any questions you may have about the film and the tour. Tickets are available from the Prince Charles Cinema website (link below) – a few special friends are in town and will also be attending. The film will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on 24th September. Later this month I will be in Los Angeles starting the recording of the follow up to Grace for Drowning, this time with my live band, which now includes latest addition, guitarist extraordinaire Guthrie Govan. The legendary Alan Parsons will be overseeing the recording process, and Lasse will also be there to film us at work on the album – we’ll be bringing you exclusive video footage via the official Steven Wilson YouTube channel once things are underway” – SW
Steven Wilson’s highly anticipated upcoming high definition audio visual set ‘Get All You Deserve‘ will get it’s world premiere on 6th September at the Prince Charles Cinema in London. Following the 130-minute screening will be a Q&A session with Steven, where he will be asking questions from fans about the film. Tickets for the event cost £12 and can be bought from the cinema’s website, here. ‘Get All You Deserve‘ will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on September 24th, and you can pick up the limited edition Blu-ray/DVD/2CD box set for an early bird pre-order price from Burning Shed here.
Steven Wilson has updated his Facebook page with more details regarding his third solo album, and follow up to 2011′s critically acclaimed ‘Grace for Drowning’. He intends to take both the concept and the packaging to the next level with the album, which is due to be released early next year. Recording for the album will take place in Los Angeles this summer, and Lasse Hoile will be present to record in studio footage, which will be uploaded to Steven’s newly launched YouTube channel. Another interesting thing to note is legendary sound engineer Alan Parsons will be overseeing the recording.
Hi folks – an update of sorts…. The writing for the next SW album is almost finished, and this time I’ve written it all for my live band to play, mostly pretty long pieces (including the piece we previewed on the recent tour “Luminol”). We will start recording in LA in September with Alan Parsons overseeing things. Alan, as I’m sure many of you know, was the engineer on Dark Side of the Moon, one of the best sounding records ever.
The new album should be out in early 2013, and conceptually and visually we are planning to take things to the next level with the packaging and live show too. Lasse is also going to be there to film so we plan to bring you some in the studio footage on the official SW YouTube channel.