COLIN EDWIN on PORCUPINE TREE Reunion: “I Don’t Think It’s Anytime Soon”

Colin Edwin

Anil Prasad of Innerviews conducted recently an interview with long-time Porcupine Tree bassist and composer Colin Edwin. Asked about the status of Porcupine Tree, Edwin commented:

The status is we haven’t had any discussions on when to do anything. At the moment, the band exists as an entity. I hope we won’t leave it too long, because we really have put a lot of work into building up the band. I know there still is a lot of interest in Porcupine Tree. It would be a shame to let that pass. We haven’t had any discussion about knocking it on the head. I think at some point there will be more Porcupine Tree, it’s just a case of when. I don’t think it’s anytime soon. I’m not going to hang around and wait for it, because everyone is doing their own thing.

Porcupine Tree released their tenth studio album “The Incident” in 2009, followed by the 2010 world tour after which the band went on hiatus.

When we made The Incident, we spent a couple of weeks in the studio. It was just the four of us working up the material and coming up with new stuff. It was very productive. I don’t doubt that would be the case again if we got back together. I don’t think we would be scratching our heads wondering what to do. I’m sure we’d come up with something good,Edwin said.

Read the full interview with Colin Edwin on the Innerviews website.

Nikola Savić is a prog enthusiast, blogger and author, in addition to being the founder of Prog Sphere, Progify, ProgLyrics and the ongoing Progstravaganza compilation series.

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