Ahead of the release on 25th October of the new solo album  All This Will Be Yours from Bruce Soord, the multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and frontman for The Pineapple Thief has revealed his video for the title track. 

Take a good look

As all this will be yours


The new album, described by Soord as an observational record, it is inspired by the joy felt by the birth of his third child juxtaposed by the local deprivation in his hometown and with the release of the title track Soord explores these themes more “This song was literally inspired by walking with my new-born daughter in my hometown of Yeovil. I love my hometown, but it’s got its fair share of problems. I was taken by the contrast of this smiling soul staring up from her pram, surrounded by lost souls. Drunks, addicts, the hopeless. Near me is a notorious drug den. No windows, no electricity, no running water. But nevertheless, it was a hive of activity. Lifeless addicts drifting in and out. So our only choice was ‘to push past 158’. Myself, turning a blind eye. The community turning a blind eye.  But don’t get me wrong, I love my hometown. And the people in it. All this will be hers.”

Bruce continues “The video was created by George Laycock and produced by Blacktide Phonic/Visual, who I’ve worked with previously, was shot in London rather than Yeovil as a way of, hopefully,  reflecting the universal themes of the song. Talking of the themes, they are not universally bleak. There is plenty to be worried about. But there really is plenty to be hopeful for as well”.

All This Will Be Yours will be released on CD, LP, digitally and as a deluxe hardback book 3 disc edition featuring the album on CD, with an extra CD of acoustic re-workings and bonus studio tracks plus a DVD with All This Will Be Yours as a Hi-res 24/88 WAV stereo album, Hi res 24/88 WAV acoustic album and Hi res 24/88 WAV bonus studio tracks, all of which will also be available in 24/88 DTS 5.1 surround. PRE ORDER AVAILABLE HERE  


Bruce Soord has confirmed he’ll be supporting his new album with live shows beginning early next year – look out for more dates to be announced soon: 

Jan 25 – NL – De Cacaofabriek, Popzaal, Helmond

Mar 20-21 – NL – Prognosis Festival – Eindhoven 

The Pineapple Thief will be making their live debut in North America in November / December:

Nov 19 – GA – Atlanta – Variety

Nov 20 – NC – Charlotte – Neighborhood Theater

Nov 21 – MD – Baltimore – Soundstage

Nov 22 – PA – Philadelphia – Union Transfer

Nov 23 – NY – New York City – Sony Hall

Nov 24 – MA – Boston – The Sinclair

Nov 26 – CAN – Quebec – Palais Montcalm

Nov 27 – CAN – Montreal – L’Astral

Nov 28 – CAN – Toronto – Mod Club

Nov 29 – OH – Cleveland – Beachland Ballroom

Nov 30 – MI – Detroit – The Crofoot Ballroom

Dec 1 – OH – Chicago – Bottom Lounge

Dec 4 – MEX – Mexico City – Lunario

Dec 6 – CO – Englewood – Gothic Theater

Dec 8 – AZ – Phoenix – Crescent Ballroom

Dec 9 – CA – Los Angeles – El Rey Theater

Dec 10 – CA – San Francisco – Slim’s

Dec 12- OR – Portland – Hawthorne Theatre

Dec 13 – CAN – Vancouver – Rickshaw Theater

Dec 14 – WA – Seattle – Neumos

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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