Album artwork for Grace For Drowning by Steven Wilson

Critically acclaimed second album from Steven Wilson. Steven Wilson, four-time Grammy nominee, multi-instrumentalist, producer & founder member of Porcupine Tree, released his critically acclaimed third solo album The Raven Refused To Sing in 2013, reaching #28 in the UK charts & #3 in Germany.

In 2017, he shot back into the charts with his fifth solo album To The Bone at #3 in the UK & #2 in Germany, which built on the success of fourth solo album Hand. Cannot. Erase., which reached #13 in the UK & #3 in Germany. Originally released in 2011, 'Grace For Drowning' is the second solo album from Wilson. A more experimental & more eclectic record it built on the artistic inroads he forged with 2009's exceptionally well- received Insurgentes. It is a modern homage to the late 60's & early 70's spirit of using the album as an artist's primary means of expression; combining jazz, classical & psychedelic music to create "journeys in sound".

Steven Wilson

Grace For Drowning

Transmission
Album artwork for Grace For Drowning by Steven Wilson
LPx2

£36.99

Released 26/01/2024Catalogue Number

TRANSM352LP

Steven Wilson

Grace For Drowning

Transmission
Album artwork for Grace For Drowning by Steven Wilson
LPx2

£36.99

Released 26/01/2024Catalogue Number

TRANSM352LP

Critically acclaimed second album from Steven Wilson. Steven Wilson, four-time Grammy nominee, multi-instrumentalist, producer & founder member of Porcupine Tree, released his critically acclaimed third solo album The Raven Refused To Sing in 2013, reaching #28 in the UK charts & #3 in Germany.

In 2017, he shot back into the charts with his fifth solo album To The Bone at #3 in the UK & #2 in Germany, which built on the success of fourth solo album Hand. Cannot. Erase., which reached #13 in the UK & #3 in Germany. Originally released in 2011, 'Grace For Drowning' is the second solo album from Wilson. A more experimental & more eclectic record it built on the artistic inroads he forged with 2009's exceptionally well- received Insurgentes. It is a modern homage to the late 60's & early 70's spirit of using the album as an artist's primary means of expression; combining jazz, classical & psychedelic music to create "journeys in sound".