Steven Wilson’s New Album ‘The Future Bites’ to Release in January 2021



The Future Bites, which is stylized as THE FUTURE BITES, is the sixth studio album of Steven Wilson, the British musician. Initially, the album had been set for a release on 12th June, 2020 through Caroline International. However, the release of the new album has now been pushed back to 29th January, 2021. This is primarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic that’s currently wreaking havoc all over the world and it also had an impact on the production and marketing related to the album.
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 This album was a follow-up to the widely acclaimed ‘To The Bone’, which had been released in 2017. The new album was co-produced by Steven Wilson and David Kosten (Bat for Lashes, Everything Everything) and had been recorded in London. Steven Wilson had announced the album on 12th March, 2020. At the same time, he had shared the first track of the album titled ‘Personal Shopper’, which is ten minutes long. The song had been inspired by the Olivier Assayas’ movie of the same name that was released in 2016. 
Starring Kristen Stewart, Wilson said that it had been his favorite movie that he had seen in 2018. The new record is referred to as an exploration of how the internet era has had an impact on the human brain. To The Bone, the album released by Steven Wilson in 2017, had been more focused on the emerging global problems of taking news and post-truth whereas the newest album is designed to push the user to think about the addictions of the 21st century. 
The album sheds light on a variety of issues, such as manipulative social media, out of control retail therapy, and the loss of individuals. The Future Bites sheds light on the approaching dystopia and it shows a world where everything can be marketed and put on sale. The record has been designed to be addictive and accessible to anyone, from the hardcore collector to the casual fan. 
Steven Wilson’s last album had been charted at No 3 in the UK, only behind Ed Sheeran and Elvis Presley. To The Bone was described as a perfect album that depicted pop brilliance in a unique and flamboyant manner. The subsequent tour involved 145 shows played in 33 countries to an audience of over a quarter million. It was his first in the United Kingdom since the three shows sold out in March 2018 at the Royal Albert Hall.



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