"Surrender of Silence" is a rock album, fully electric.
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Watch "Fox's Tango", the second video from the album:
Watch "Wingbeats", the first video from the album:
Here is Steve's account of the song's genesis:
"The lockdown cobwebs are swept away in one fell swoop! - says Steve on his Facebook page - With the monstrous rhythm section of Jonas, Craig, Nick D'Virgillio and Phil Ehart along with the soaring sax and bass clarinet by Rob, Nad, Amanda Lehmann, Lorelei & Durga McBroom and myself on vocals, Sodirkhon Ubaidulloev's dutar , Malik Mansurov's tar, Christine Townsend's violin and viola, Roger's darkly powerful organ and my guitar, we immerse ourselves fully in that wild release of energy.
It's a no holds barred album that rides that wave, unleashing those demons, dreams and nightmares, all crashing together on the shore. I enjoyed the power of this album allowing my guitar to scream with joy and anger ... and once again fly across those oceans to distant lands.
It's great to creatively connect with musicians from faraway places, especially when we haven't been able to meet. We all have a voice in our cacophony of sound and we shout together in Surrender of Silence! "
"Surrender of Silence" is also available for pre-order on HackettSongs in an exclusive limited edition Nebula 2LP + CD red / black vinyl.
Available as a double CD and 4LP set, the compilation will be released on September 17th to coincide with the start of The Last Domino? Tour, the band's first in 14 years.
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Duke's End Turn It On Again Mamma Land Of Confusion Home By The Sea Second Home By The Sea Fading Lights The Cinema Show Afterglow Hold On My Heart Jesus He Knows Me That's All The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway In Too Deep
Follow You Follow Me Duchess No Son Of Mine Firth Of Fifth I Know What I Like Domino Throwing It All Away Tonight Tonight Tonight Invisible Touch I Can't Dance Dancing With The Moonlit Knight Carpet Crawlers Abacab (edit)
Exclusively in English, it chronicles the post-Gabriel era and is the sequel to "1967 to 1975 - The Peter Gabriel Years".
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The book contains numerous exclusive interviews with band members and all those who have been part of the history of Genesis from 1975 onwards., including Ray Wilson, frontman to the band for the 1997 Calling All Stations album and the subsequent tour before Phil Collins' return in 2007.
It covers the entire history of the band from 1975 onwards extensively, taking readers through every album and tour. There are also many unpublished photographs.
"Genesis: 1967 to 1975 - The Peter Gabriel Years" after its release in May of last year, "had a great success in the UK. It received considerable praise from numerous parties, including Steve Hackett, as well as the music press and fans. English by Genesis, and is now in its second edition.
Like its predecessor, "Genesis: 1975 to 2021 - The Phil Collins Years" contains many details on Genesis' career balance, many of which may be unknown to even the most avid fans of the band.
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