Album artwork for To the Bone - Bluray by Steven Wilson

Bluray version featuring To the Bone 96/24 high resolution stereo mix, To the Bone 96/24 high resolution instrumental mix, To the Bone 96/24 high resolution 5.1 surround sound mix, Pariah video, Song of I video, Ask Me Nicely - The Making of To the Bone, 85 minute documentary shot by Lasse Hoile over a period of 3 months. To the Bone is Steven Wilson's expansive, brilliant fifth album. A gloriously dynamic modernist pop record as imagined by the UK’s biggest underground artist. Fusing driving futurist rock and spectral electronics to elegiac hyper-space ambience and dizzying, squalling guitars, To The Bone is Steven Wilson’s hat-tip to the hugely ambitious progressive pop records of his youth (think Peter Gabriel’s So, Talk Talk’s Colour of Spring, Tears for Fears Seeds of Love). Lyrically, the album’s eleven tracks veer from the paranoid chaos of the post-truth era and the creeping self-loathing of the technology age to steely fly-on-the-wall observations of the everyday lives of religious fundamentalists with a welcome shot or two of wide-eyed escapism. Sonically and melodically stunning, To The Bone is a high definition snapshot of the disconcerting times we live in.

Steven Wilson

To the Bone - Bluray

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Album artwork for To the Bone - Bluray by Steven Wilson
Blu-ray

£18.99

Released 18/08/2017Catalogue Number

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Steven Wilson

To the Bone - Bluray

Caroline
Album artwork for Album artwork for To the Bone - Bluray by Steven Wilson by To the Bone - Bluray - Steven Wilson
Album artwork for To the Bone - Bluray by Steven Wilson
Blu-ray

£18.99

Released 18/08/2017Catalogue Number

carol016br

Bluray version featuring To the Bone 96/24 high resolution stereo mix, To the Bone 96/24 high resolution instrumental mix, To the Bone 96/24 high resolution 5.1 surround sound mix, Pariah video, Song of I video, Ask Me Nicely - The Making of To the Bone, 85 minute documentary shot by Lasse Hoile over a period of 3 months. To the Bone is Steven Wilson's expansive, brilliant fifth album. A gloriously dynamic modernist pop record as imagined by the UK’s biggest underground artist. Fusing driving futurist rock and spectral electronics to elegiac hyper-space ambience and dizzying, squalling guitars, To The Bone is Steven Wilson’s hat-tip to the hugely ambitious progressive pop records of his youth (think Peter Gabriel’s So, Talk Talk’s Colour of Spring, Tears for Fears Seeds of Love). Lyrically, the album’s eleven tracks veer from the paranoid chaos of the post-truth era and the creeping self-loathing of the technology age to steely fly-on-the-wall observations of the everyday lives of religious fundamentalists with a welcome shot or two of wide-eyed escapism. Sonically and melodically stunning, To The Bone is a high definition snapshot of the disconcerting times we live in.