2015 EP by the modern prog band featuring former XTC guitarist Dave Gregory. The EP features three new tracks - "Wassail", "Lost Rivers of London" and "Mudlarks", the last two of which are exclusive to the EP. It also includes a live version of "Master James of St George" - a taster for the Stone And Steel DVD which was filmed at Real World Studios in 2014.
Surprise! It’s a brand new Big Big Train album. Less than 2 months after the release of their most recent album ‘Grimspound’, the group swiftly return with more music. This is also just about a year from when the group released the ‘Folklore’ album. Quite a prolific output by any measure…
A companion album to Grimspound, The Second Brightest Star features 40 minutes of brand new songs and instrumentals. Alongside these new tracks, the CD contains an additional 30 minutes of music presenting songs from Folklore (2016) and Grimspound (2017) in extended arrangements.
Big Big Train have announced details on their new album. Titled Grimspound, their 10th record will arrive on April 28 and follows hot on the heels of 2016’s Folklore. It’ll feature eight tracks, with vocalist David Longdon saying Big Big Train have progressed the band’s sound on the album. He says: “Grimspound has followed on very swiftly from Folklore. We found ourselves with a wealth of new material and, with writing input from Danny, Rachel and Rikard, we have been able to move the band’s sound forward while building on all we have learnt over the last few years.