Steven Wilson has shared the video for ‘Nowhere Now’ from his new album To The Bone and announced a third and final date at London’s prestigious Royal Albert Hall as part of his 2018 spring UK tour
The video for ‘Nowhere Now’ finds Wilson in gloriously anthemic form. And little wonder – as a songwriter and producer of some considerable note, he’s worked with the likes of Opeth, King Crimson, Pendulum, Jethro Tull, XTC, Yes, Marillion, Tears For Fears and Roxy Music as well as his own band, Porcupine Tree, Wilson knows how to navigate his way around a song. And with that kind of pedigree, you can see why he’s singing the praises of everyday escapism on ‘Nowhere Now’.
James Bond fans will recognise some of the locations from Daniel Craig’s second outing as the superspy, Quantum Of Solace. The ‘Nowhere Now’ video was shot on location at and around Atacama Large Millimetre Array (Alma) in Chile – the world famous, high altitude radio telescope array which also features in the movie. The video was directed and edited by Wilson’s long time visual collaborator Lasse Hoile.
To The Bone was released by Caroline International on 18 August and in support, Steven Wilson has also announced an additional date at the celebrated London venue for Thursday, 29 March 2018. His two previously announced shows there have now sold out. Tickets for the new gig go on sale at 9am, Friday 22 September.
Steven Wilson plays the following tour dates:
15: Warwick, Arts Centre
17: Belfast, Mandela Hall
19: Dublin, Olympia Theatre
21: Cardiff, St David’s Hall
22: Birmingham, Symphony Hall
24: Glasgow, Clyde Auditorium
25: Gateshead Sage 1
27: London, Royal Albert Hall (sold out)
28: London, Royal Albert Hall (sold out)
29: London, Royal Albert Hall (new date)
31: Manchester Bridgewater Hall (sold out)
01 – Manchester, Bridgewater Hall