Steven Wilson Releasing “Transience” Worldwide, Returns to the Road in November

Steven Wilson will release the previously vinyl-only album Transience worldwide this fall via Kscope. He will also return to the road for a month of dates this November.

Transience was initially released in September 2015 on limited edition vinyl, only in the UK, to coincide with Wilson’s two sold-out Royal Albert Hall shows.

Now, Transience will see a proper worldwide release on CD with an additional song.

Featuring songs recorded between 2002- 2015, Transience is a personally curated introduction to the more accessible side of Steven Wilson’s monumental solo output. It contains 14 tracks and totals over an hour of music, including the bonus track “Happiness III.”

As a self confessed lover of pop music, Transience serves to showcase Wilson’s more traditional songwriting skills and an opportunity to re-contextualise some historic tracks, not confined by the concept album framework.

Wilson will return to the U.S. to perform at a handful of venues in November.


11/3 — Roseland Theater | Portland, Ore.
11/4 — The Masonic | San Francisco, Calif.
11/5 — The Belasco | Los Angeles, Calif.
11/6 — Belly Up | Solano Beach, Calif.
11/9 — Celebrity | Theatre, Phoenix, Ariz.
11/11 — In The Venue | Salt Lake City, Utah
11/12 — Gothic Theatre | Denver, Colo.
11/15 — Majestic Theatre | Dallas, Texas
11/17 — Center Stage | Atlanta, Ga.
11/18 — The Plaza Live | Orlando, Fla.
11/19 — State Theatre | Tampa, Fla,
11/20 — Culture Room | Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

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