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Posted on November 3, 2010

Following on from the previous chats at the Royal Albert Hall, our colleagues at the NYC Roadrunner HQ chat to PORCUPINE TREE front-man Steven Wilson about the reasons behind the band playing New York’s Radio City Music Hall recently, and why NYC and that venue specifically. In this clip, Steven also goes into more detail about why the songs the band performed at these prestigious venues made the cut, as opposed to some of the others from the band’s back extensive back catalogue.

Head back here on Thursday when we bring you more from Steven, this time about Insurgentes, the new documentary film about Steven, directed by Lasse Hoile, which follows the making of his solo record of the same name and is a portrait of an increasingly rare artist who works with music and media out of love and not for fame and fortune, persisting in making art on his own terms in a world where ‘throw away’ mentality is increasingly becoming the norm.

The Radio City and Royal Albert Hall shows signaled the end of the touring of the band’s current album The Incident, which is in stores now. Pick it up online HERE.

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