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« on: March 13, 2016, 05:01:44 PM »

April 1 will see the release of Steve Thorne's keenly anticipated 5th studio album "Land of Imbeciles".

Steve had produced ten new, finely crafted songs which make up this new album, possibly his last solo project.

The album features his regular collaborators Nick D'Virgilio (Big Big Train, Ex-Spocks Beard) and the legendary Tony Levin (King Crimson) plus acclaimed solo artist Robin Armstrong and well-known British musician James McLaren.  Steve plays all other instruments, indeed some tracks are genuine solo efforts!

Steve's lyrics are hard hitting and passionate, a mixture of political comment,  opinion and a lamentation of the current state of modern life, and it's affect on people both spiritually and physically.

As usual, Steve's musical influences are wide ranging and varied, and combined with his honest, sincere and often brutal social comment, these fifty minutes of impassioned song writing will leave the listener completely engaged in what is probably the hardest -hitting and most musically adept album of his career.  It is simply not to be missed.

Available to pre-order at www.whiteknightrecords.co.uk

Reviewers and radio stations - please contact Stephen Lambe at Nineteen-73 Artist Promotions at stephen@ninteen-73.co.uk for further details.

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