Steven Wilson posts new video

2013-09-21 by Voivod STAFF | 32 Comments
Steven Wilson has posted a video for the song 'Drive Home' to the official YouTube channel of Kscope Records.

The song comes from Wilson's most recent solo album The Raven That Refused To Sing.

You can see the video right here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qf4ejxFXTRU&feature=player_embedded#t=353

Tagged: Steven Wilson

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maidenpmcc
September 21st 2013
1438 Comments


Wow not even one comment for this legend/genius/master/icon/hero.

FourthReich
September 21st 2013
20183 Comments


pretty fvcking swee

ButcherNate
September 21st 2013
45 Comments


awesome song awesome album awesome video

Whispered4tw
September 21st 2013
679 Comments


I really like how he uses these animation shorts to tell the story of the songs.

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Notaflower
September 21st 2013
283 Comments


Wow. Great video. As always, exited to see what this man does next.

Wizard
September 21st 2013
19922 Comments


Wow not even one comment for this legend/genius/master/icon/hero.

I really hope that was sarcasm.

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Tyrael
September 21st 2013
21003 Comments


It's not

he really is

zakalwe
September 21st 2013
11628 Comments


Couldn't help but notice Tottenham printed on old Times New Romans' noggin. Good lad.

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KerfuffleinaHussle
September 21st 2013
1027 Comments


"legend/genius/master/icon/hero"

ughhh

song is okay, nifty video

Firecracker
September 21st 2013
106 Comments


dude porcupine tree had more than one good album. magical band.

Underflow
September 21st 2013
3245 Comments


Dude is an icon in the progressive rock scene whether you like his music or not. Great song, great video.

TheFifthEye
September 21st 2013
122 Comments


Boring.

KerfuffleinaHussle
September 21st 2013
1027 Comments


"Dude is an icon in the progressive rock scene whether you like his music or not"

I love his music, but I think 'icon' is a lil strong, at least for now

Underflow
September 21st 2013
3245 Comments


Strong or no the guy's certainly established a name for himself. Legend and genius are pushing it.

NoXoR
September 21st 2013
25 Comments


I'd say "prog rock icon" is rather accurate, considering all aspects of his career. Just the fact that Yes, King Crimson, Jethro Tull etc etc prefer him for remixes makes him a name to know.

KerfuffleinaHussle
September 21st 2013
1027 Comments


"Just the fact that Yes, King Crimson, Jethro Tull etc etc prefer him for remixes makes him a name to know"

Just the fact that Yes, King Crimson, Jethro Tull etc etc have already done most of what he's doing makes him not quite an icon yet. Definately up there with the best modern prog, but not exactly a timeless classic.

Rowan5215
September 21st 2013
30983 Comments


Great video + song, t/t of Raven is better though.

gryndstone
September 21st 2013
426 Comments


amazing video for an amazing song

KILL
September 21st 2013
74378 Comments


gd song

Green Baron
September 21st 2013
21877 Comments


wilson is great, but wouldn't go so far as to call him a legend. absentia, fear and stupid dream still rule

OneMoreRoland
September 22nd 2013
1053 Comments


i would fuck him

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
September 22nd 2013
6752 Comments


Haven't heard anything from the last two Steve Wilson solo albums, but I liked this song quite a bit, mostly because of its simplicity.

If the rest of the album goes like that, I should buy it sometime.

Video is fantastic.

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thumbcrusher
September 22nd 2013
3688 Comments


great song and video

SitarHero
September 22nd 2013
4970 Comments


At first I thought SW's guitar chops had really expanded.

Then I remembered that Guthrie Govan played on the album.

Zeiu
September 22nd 2013
189 Comments


first time listening to this guy and holy shit that was amazing.

maidenpmcc
September 22nd 2013
1438 Comments


@ Wizard and KerfuffleinaHussle

Yeah was being sarcastic.

DrHouseSchuldiner
September 23rd 2013
5643 Comments


great song

Keyblade
September 23rd 2013
16670 Comments


Haven't watched the vid but the song is sweet, as is the rest of the album

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linguist2011
Contributing Reviewer
September 23rd 2013
2197 Comments


Like the last video, this is very deep and meaningful. Musically I don't think it's as effective as the title track (The raven that refused to sing), but the video gives it an extra kick.

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PistolPete
September 25th 2013
3787 Comments


This man is literally OBSESSED with car crashes. It's as if he dreams of being in one.

someguest
September 25th 2013
24278 Comments


He'd have better luck with Trains these days.

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Keyblade
September 25th 2013
16670 Comments


"If the rest of the album goes like that, I should buy it sometime."

It is dude, go and get it :]



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