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Posted on November 5, 2010

Having been followed around with a camera while touring the world and working on his solo album for the documentary Insurgentes, PORCUPINE TREE frontman Steven Wilson seems pretty comfortable on-screen to the untrained eye. But as our colleagues in NYC sit him down in the iconic red seats of New York City’s Radio City Music Hall to discuss the film (which had its first screening that same week), Steven describes how he still gets nervous before being in the spotlight, and how “it’s very hard to watch yourself on film… ”

See what else he had to say about Insurgentes, from went into the making of it, to the wide world of film and the ever-changing state of the music industry — which is one of the main themes of the beautifully shot documentary — in the video below.

Porcupine Tree recently finished touring their current album The Incident with an extra special show at London’s Royal Albert Hall. Whilst there, we chatted to Steven about the album cycle and what was next for the band. If you missed it, head HERE to catch up.

Pick up The Incident online here.

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