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Porcupine Tree Frontman To Perform One-Off Free Acoustic Session

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PORCUPINE TREE main man Steven Wilson has confirmed a one-off instore appearance and performance on April 16, the day new album ‘Fear Of A Blank Planet’ is released. He will be joined by touring guitarist/backing vocalist John Wesley.

Steven and John will do a short acoustic performance for just 100 lucky fans from 6pm at FOPP, 287 Camden High Street, London NW1 7BX. Entrance to the performance will be by special wristband only. Wristbands will be given out free from 9am on April 16 at the store on a first come, first served basis.

Steven and John will be signing autographs for everyone straight after the acoustic session.

Even if you miss the acoustic performance and signing, you can still catch the emotive rockers live at one of these dates and see them perform the album 'Fear Of A Blank Planet' in its entirety:

18th April - GLASGOW, ABC
19th April - NEWCASTLE, Academy
20th April - PRESTON, 53 Degrees
22nd April - NOTTINGHAM, Rock City
23rd April - WOLVERHAMPTON, Wulfren
24th April - BRISTOL, Academy
25th April - CAMBRIDGE, Junction
26th April - LONDON, Forum

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1. RememberMetal? writes:

Cant wait for the new album.

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2. the antihippy writes:

i can't wait for his collaboration with mikael akerfeldt :P .

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3. PorcupineTreeFan writes:

Wow, why can't I live in London!!!!! Anyway, yeah the new album is gonna be one hell of an album. Last fall I saw them live and heard the new songs which every single one they played was very impressive. This will be the biggest album this year. Thankfully I can listen to Blackfield II (an amazing album if you all haven't heard it yet) to hold me over untill FoaBP comes out!

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