Live / new album

September 10, 2016

Live news

Iamthemorning’s transcendent Lighthouse deservedly won the 2016 Prog Magazine Album Of The Year award. To tie in with this, the up and coming Russian band and Tim Bowness – who, outside of no-man, has enjoyed success with his recent solo albums – have agreed to merge their sets at the IO Pages festival, in order to create something truly unique and memorable.

This special combination will also be playing a one-off date at the prestigious Bush Hall in London on Monday, November 14th.

Iamthmorning and Tim Bowness will be working alongside various collaborators. Both artists will play separately, but will also combine forces on selected Iamthemorning and no-man / Tim Bowness pieces.

Tim has postponed his two November dates in Poland. The dates will be rescheduled for 2017 and all tickets bought will be valid for the future performances.

New album

Tim is currently in the process of finishing off his third album for the Inside Out label. An ambitious concept album revolving around the backstage thoughts of a fictional ‘classic’ Rock musician in the twilight of his career, the release is unlike any in his back catalogue. An early 2017 release is likely.