Soord

n.1.Skin of bacon.
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The four-piece group was formed by singer/ songwriter/guitarist Bruce Soord in Somerset in 1999, but it was the arrival of much-vaunted drummer Gavin Harrison in 2016 for the album Your Wilderness that aroused the interest of new fans, myself included.
Steven Wilson's Hand Cannot Erase, Bruce Soord's self-titled debut, Tim Bowness's Stupid Things That Mean the World and Polish band Riverside's Love Fear And the Time Machine have all certainly fallen into that category.
Although Bruce Soord, The Pineapple Thief 's main man, is less well known than Matthew Bellamy, albums like this should bring him to the attention of a wider audience.
Although Bruce Soord, The Pineapple Thief's main man, is less well known than Matthew Bellamy, albums like this should bring him to the attention of a wider audience.
All The Wars is perhaps the tightest and most immediate record from Steve Kitch, Bruce Soord, Jon Sykes and Keith Harrison to date, though still typically melancholy and flitters endlessly between epic heavy rock on Burning Pieces and hauntingly beautiful on Someone Pull Me Out Of Here.
"Not easy to pick a single album but these four certainly stood out: Leafblade - The Kiss of Spirit and Flesh, Steven Wilson - The Raven That Refused to Sing, Bruce Soord with Jonas Renkse - Wisdom of Crowds, Henry Fool - Men Singing.