Steven Wilson - Grammy nominee, multi-instrumentalist, producer, and founding member of Porcupine Tree - released his critically acclaimed fourth solo album Hand. Cannot. Erase. in 2015.
The album is written from a female perspective, and the concept and story are inspired by the case of Joyce Carol Vincent, where a woman living in a large city dies in her apartment and no one misses her for over three years, despite her having family and friends.
As well as a good reception from fans, Hand. Cannot. Erase. was well supported in the press, with the Financial Times (UK) calling the album "richly textured and forceful... and tender treatments of the theme of loss", Classic Rock (UK) claiming it to be "A tour de force of experimental music making... 8/10" and Metal Hammer (DE) described it as "another masterstroke... 6/7", as well as receiving five stars from Record Collector and four from Q Magazine.
Hand. Cannot. Erase. is an album rooted in sonic and spiritual modernity... an inventive blend of bleak and brooding industrial soundscapes
Probably the most successful British artist you've never heard of
- Double LP
- Gatefold jacket
- First Regret
- 3 Years Older
- Hand Cannot Erase
- Perfect Life
- Home Invasion
- Regret #9
- Happy Returns