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The Pineapple Thief - Magnolia pre-order

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NEW ALBUM from THE PINEAPPLE THIEF - 'MAGNOLIA'
RELEASE DATE: 15th SEPT 2014
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The follow up to 2012 acclaimed All The Wars is entitled 'Magnolia' and is due to be released on Kscope on 15th September.

The band's line up of Bruce Soord (Guitars, vocals), Jon Sykes (Bass guitars, backing vocal) and Steve Kitch (Keyboards) has been completed by the addition of Dan Osborne on drums.

Artwork for 'Magnolia' was created by French artist Patrick Gonzales

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Countless world tours have built up a very loyal international fan base and the "Natural Disaster" tour saw them playing hundreds of shows in over 30 countries.
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For more info on Gazpacho's latest album: www.kscopemusic.com/gazpacho/

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For more info on The Pineapple Thief's latest album: www.kscopemusic.com/thepineapplethief

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"I just wanted to create some music that was my undiluted vision," Soord says today. "I'd spent my life in bands and collaborations and it was never an easy ride. All that consensus building was too bloody stressful if you ask me! Doing a project on my own, I had no one to argue with but myself.  At the time, I really had no expectations at all. I didn't even know if anyone would ever hear it. Luckily I got the first album released on a small indie label it did okay, or well enough for me to do another one..."

That debut album, Abducting The Unicorn, could hardly have been timelier. As like-minded artists like Porcupine Tree and Radiohead began to purposefully rehabilitate the notion of rock with a progressive streak, The Pineapple Thief suddenly found an audience, most notably in mainland Europe, and Soord's vision began to resonate with a steadily expanding fan base. Over the years that followed, the band's music grew in stature and with each successive album their reputation as major contenders within this burgeoning underground movement became inarguable.

"I managed to nestle into the 'new wave' of progressive rock, led by Porcupine Tree at the time, although obviously I was pretty tiny in comparison," Soord recalls. "I confess I hated a lot of 'prog rock' at that time but there were still people doing interesting, original stuff.  I was desperate to be seen in that light. I remember I got a really decent review in Holland and all of a sudden a little fan base started to emerge.  Then the same thing happened in the UK.  After I released the 3rd studio album (Variations on a Dream) we were asked to play at a prog rock festival in Whitchurch, Hampshire supporting Caravan.  So I got a band together.  We turned up at this place and they'd basically taken over the local secondary school! We played to a packed house and the queue to our merch stand after the show was huge. That was the moment that I realised this was actually a band people listened to, not just my lonely, isolated little studio project."

Newly reincarnated as a bona fide live band, The Pineapple Thief forged ahead, releasing a series of widely acclaimed and I increasingly dynamic albums that repeatedly reaffirmed their growing confidence and laudably distinctive take on emotionally-charged art rock. After signing with Kscope in 2007, just as the modern prog scene truly hit its stride, they released their seventh album Tightly Unwound in 2008 and began to dedicate themselves more to live performance with frequent tours and festival appearances contributing greatly to the perception that this band were coming of age. The true breakthrough came in 2010 when The Pineapple Thief released the magnificent Someone Here Is Missing: truly the culmination of all Bruce Soord's hard work and determination over the preceding decade, it showcased a now vibrant and classy band -- featuring keyboard maestro Steve Kitch, bassist Jon Sykes and drummer Keith Harrison alongside Soord's unmistakable voice and guitar playing - at the peak of their powers.

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For more info on The Pineapple Thief's latest album: www.kscopemusic.com/thepineapplethief

Everyone knows that slow and steady wins the race and that the greatest ideas often take a while to sink in. But with a little luck, the planets should eventually align and the world will come around to your way of thinking. The Pineapple Thief's graceful rise to progressive rock glory may have taken over a decade but as Bruce Soord's ever-inventive brainchild gear up to release their latest and greatest studio album it is plain that those years have all been part of a magical evolution.

Formed back in 1999 when the modern prog scene was still in its tentative infancy, The Pineapple Thief provided multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Soord with an outlet for his unerring passion for music. Initially a studio-bound project rather than a fully functioning band, its sound slowly emerged as an idiosyncratic blend of melancholy indie rock and subtly innovative experimentation, with Soord's sublime compositional gifts providing a compelling pulse at its heart.
"I just wanted to create some music that was my undiluted vision," Soord says today. "I'd spent my life in bands and collaborations and it was never an easy ride. All that consensus building was too bloody stressful if you ask me! Doing a project on my own, I had no one to argue with but myself.  At the time, I really had no expectations at all. I didn't even know if anyone would ever hear it. Luckily I got the first album released on a small indie label it did okay, or well enough for me to do another one..."

That debut album, Abducting The Unicorn, could hardly have been timelier. As like-minded artists like Porcupine Tree and Radiohead began to purposefully rehabilitate the notion of rock with a progressive streak, The Pineapple Thief suddenly found an audience, most notably in mainland Europe, and Soord's vision began to resonate with a steadily expanding fan base. Over the years that followed, the band's music grew in stature and with each successive album their reputation as major contenders within this burgeoning underground movement became inarguable.

"I managed to nestle into the 'new wave' of progressive rock, led by Porcupine Tree at the time, although obviously I was pretty tiny in comparison," Soord recalls. "I confess I hated a lot of 'prog rock' at that time but there were still people doing interesting, original stuff.  I was desperate to be seen in that light. I remember I got a really decent review in Holland and all of a sudden a little fan base started to emerge.  Then the same thing happened in the UK.  After I released the 3rd studio album (Variations on a Dream) we were asked to play at a prog rock festival in Whitchurch, Hampshire supporting Caravan.  So I got a band together.  We turned up at this place and they'd basically taken over the local secondary school! We played to a packed house and the queue to our merch stand after the show was huge. That was the moment that I realised this was actually a band people listened to, not just my lonely, isolated little studio project."

Newly reincarnated as a bona fide live band, The Pineapple Thief forged ahead, releasing a series of widely acclaimed and I increasingly dynamic albums that repeatedly reaffirmed their growing confidence and laudably distinctive take on emotionally-charged art rock. After signing with Kscope in 2007, just as the modern prog scene truly hit its stride, they released their seventh album Tightly Unwound in 2008 and began to dedicate themselves more to live performance with frequent tours and festival appearances contributing greatly to the perception that this band were coming of age. The true breakthrough came in 2010 when The Pineapple Thief released the magnificent Someone Here Is Missing: truly the culmination of all Bruce Soord's hard work and determination over the preceding decade, it showcased a now vibrant and classy band -- featuring keyboard maestro Steve Kitch, bassist Jon Sykes and drummer Keith Harrison alongside Soord's unmistakable voice and guitar playing - at the peak of their powers.

"When we moved to Kscope, I felt I finally had a platform to get my music out there to compete with the big boys," says the frontman. "But if I was honest, we hadn't yet released a world class record. After 7 albums, I wanted to tread new ground with SHIM. I wanted to make it harder, more immediate and certainly more energetic. Then we had the cover art created by Storm Thorgerson, everything came together and I felt we were getting a lot more respect. The release did piss off a few of our old school fans who perhaps wanted a more traditional Pineapple Thief sound, but we got a load more fans than we lost.  And anyway, a band has to progress. Not everyone is going to share my journey...although why the hell they wouldn't is beyond me!"

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Press: Linn Hutchinson - linn@snappermusic.co.uk
Label: Johnny Wilks - johnny@snappermusic.co.uk
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