Tim Bowness has just released his new album Lost In The Ghost Light, which came out today via InsideOut Music.
And to mark the occasion, he’s launched a video for the track Kill The Pain That’s Killing You.
Bowness says: “Kill The Pain That’s Killing You is definitely the odd one out on Lost In The Ghost Light. It’s the angriest piece on the album by far and it depicts a point when the musician Lost In The Ghost Light concerns is spiralling out of control in terms of both his family life and career.
“In basic terms, it’s a hellish account of a night on the town mid-tour, while his wife is having an affair back home. It’s also chronicling how music is in the background at this particular point in his life.”
Bowness adds: “Bruce Soord’s brilliantly manic lead guitar lines are supported by a fine David Rhodes riff, and a frenetic Colin Edwin and Andrew Booker rhythm section. On top of that, Andrew Keeling’s flute and string quartet arrangements take the piece into some interesting and unexpected territory, I think.”
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Tim Bowness Lost In The Ghost Light tracklist
- Worlds Of Yesterday
- Moonshot Manchild
- Kill The Pain That’s Killing You
- Nowhere Good To Go
- You’ll Be The Silence
- Lost In The Ghost Light
- You Wanted To Be Seen
- Distant Summers