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Live in Sweden

Tim will be appearing at the IB Expo 2017 in Halmstad, Sweden on 25 November 2017 and performing two short sets with the members of Isildurs Bane and assorted guests (including trumpeter Luca Calabrese).

Peter Hammill – who is currently mixing the second Bowness/Chilvers album – will also be performing at the event.

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Album Cover Of The Year

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Album Cover Of The Year

Lost In The Ghost Light has won the 2017 Prog Awards ‘Album Cover Of The Year’. Thanks to everyone who voted for it.


“Only 200 more to go before I equal Steven Wilson’s Prog trophy haul!

Lost In The Ghost Light follows the career of a fictional Rock musician from 1967 to 2017 and takes him from a time when music had cultural and financial value to a point where he’s sitting backstage after playing to fifty people at the Warrington Parr Hall. It makes Samuel Beckett seem like Benny Hill.

Generally speaking, since the age of Sgt Peppers, beautifully crafted records have become poorly paid streams and album covers are now more often than not tiny images on mobile phones.

The best artwork provides additional layers of meaning or mystery to the album experience. Via the likes of Hipgnosis’s designs for Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd, Roger Dean’s work for Yes, Paul Whitehead’s art for Van Der Graaf Generator and Genesis, or brilliant one-offs such as In The Court Of The Crimson King, Prog was at the forefront of combining music and imagery in a way that offered an immersive experience for the listener.

Musically and visually, Lost In The Ghost Light is a tribute to the Progressive spirit of the 1960s and 1970s that got me interested in being a musician in the first place. It’s an honour to be in a room with so many of my teenage favourites.

Thanks to everyone who voted for the cover, Jarrod Gosling for brilliantly transforming ideas into reality, Inside Out for their ongoing support, and Jerry and Prog magazine for promoting creative music that the mainstream ignores.”

no-man’s Returning Jesus deluxe

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no-man’s Returning Jesus deluxe

returning_jesus 500A deluxe Kscope label reissue of no-man’s lauded fourth studio album featuring a 2017 remaster by Steven Wilson.

Originally released on the 3rd Stone label in February 2001, Returning Jesus is a collection of ambitious songs which combine Singer-Songwriter, Art Rock, ECM Jazz, and Ambient influences with the band’s unique widescreen production and seductively melancholy compositions.

Returning Jesus received highly positive reviews in Mojo, Uncut, Billboard, Classic Rock and other publications at the time of its release and has continued to be seen by both critics and fans as one of the best albums produced by the duo of Tim Bowness and Steven Wilson (both currently enjoying successful solo careers, with Wilson recently reaching the Top 5 album charts in several countries).

Guest musicians include Steve Jansen (Japan/Rain Tree Crow) on drums, Colin Edwin (Porcupine Tree) on bass and double bass, Theo Travis (Soft Machine) on saxophone and flute, and Ian Dixon on trumpet. The late trumpeter Ian Carr (Nucleus), David Kosten (Faultline, Bat For Lashes) and Ben Christophers contribute to the evocative opening piece Only Rain.

The double CD edition contains the original album, plus a bonus CD of b-sides, demos and alternate versions. The double 180g vinyl edition is packaged in a gatefold sleeve and includes the album alongside a selection of EP tracks. Both formats feature additional artwork and photographs from regular no-man collaborator Carl Glover and sleeve notes by Tim Bowness.

The first 500 orders come with an exclusive postcard signed by Tim Bowness and Steven Wilson.

Pre-order now for a 03-11-2017 release.

Pre-order the Returning Jesus CD

Pre-order the Returning Jesus vinyl