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Never miss another 'Marillion' show
Prog rock giants Marillion have announced seven new UK dates in April 2018 on the back of their October show at The Royal Albert Hall, which sold out within four minutes of going on sale, and The London Palladium in November, which also sold out in record time.
Marillion's music is more than prog, it's musically-experimental and yet-emotional. Within the genre it has a uniquely soul-baring aspect which sets the band apart and has elicited an almost religiously zealous following. After nearly 40 years, the band has evolved into a vibrant and international musical force, flourishing seemingly outside of fashion and mainstream media exposure. Since their formation, they have had 19 Top 30 singles, four of which made the Top 10.
Steve Hogarth says: 'I have been part of this band now for 27 years and it barely feels like 10. I think we're as inspired as we ever were, and we're still enjoying creating together. Luckily our music has remained free to evolve and change without the constraints of a corporate music business which otherwise might have killed us.
By reinventing the business-model we have maintained a one-to-one relationship with our fans, and that feeling is never more apparent than at the live shows. It's always a pleasure to share a room with 'the family' and exchange the passion on stage with the passion off stage. We're playing a few places we haven't visited for a while. Long overdue. Really looking forward to this little outing.'
This event takes place at Brighton Dome, which has achieved Bronze Status for disabled access from Attitude Is Everything.
Marillion have been making progressive rock since they formed in 1979. With a cult following and a career that is notable for having progressed steadily with the times, Marillion’s music has been likened to that of bands as diverse as Pink Floyd and Radiohead. 'There are a million bands who kick ass, but just a few, like Marillion, who really move people' (Kerrang).
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