Get All You Deserve, is a new high definition audio-visual set from Steven Wilson. Directed by long-time visual collaborator Lasse Hoile, Get All You Deserve was filmed in Mexico City during the recent Grace For Drowning Tour. The set captures the spectacular live experience that Wilson and Hoile created for the tour on Blu-ray, DVD and 2CD.
Grace For Drowning was the second album released under Wilson’s own name, following 2009’s exceptionally well-received Insurgentes. The album, released in September 2011, entered the UK top 40 album chart at #34, both the Dutch and German national charts at #22, the US Billboard Rock album chart at #19 (#13 in independent chart) and debuted at #7 in the Polish national charts.
Following the release of Grace For Drowning, Steven embarked on his first ever solo tour, assembling a virtuoso band, featuring Marco Minnemann (drums), Nick Beggs (bass), Theo Travis (flute and sax), Adam Holzman (keys) and Niko Tsonev (guitars), to accompany him. For the shows he worked extensively with Lasse to create a show unlike nothing else that he had ever done with his other bands, Porcupine Tree, Blackfield, No-Man or Bass Communion.
The shows submerged fans in a rich sensory experience: rear speakers provide surround-sound effects, giant screens show off Lasse’s films made specifically to accompany these songs, and cutting-edge lighting designs giving texture to each song.
Get All You Deserve captures one of the highlight shows from the tour. Recorded at a sold-out Teatro Metropólitan in Mexico City, the gig features tracks from both Wilson’s solo albums along with the new, as yet unreleased, track Luminol.
Watch ‘Harmony Korine’, taken from the concert below
The limited deluxe edition of the 4 disc set (Blu-ray, DVD & 2CD) is packaged in a DVD sized hard-back 40 page book. It is now available to pre-order from the Kscope store for the early-bird price of £24.99 (+ P&P), ORDER HERE.
Standard retail formats will also be in stores from September 24th, further details to be confirmed.
Praise for Grace for Drowning:
‘This is a magnificent step up; he simply can’t be stopped.’
Classic Rock Prog (#1 album of the year readers poll)
‘An album that can’t really be described but it urgently calls to be heard’
‘Wilson’s ability to create music so prodigiously and to such consistent standards remains a mystery. With his second solo album, the Porcupine Tree leader has done it again.’
‘an immersive, ambitious project that demands repeated spins’
Mojo (four stars)
‘A dense yet extremely coherent album Grace For Drowning succeeds brilliantly… Prog album of the year’
Terrorizer (five stars)
‘A majestic soundscape created by an innovative, forward-looking musician immersed in the history of music’
‘Prog rock wrung dry of nostalgia, perfect not for drowning but immersion.’
Rolling Stone (four stars)