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On the back of their 2 sold out shows in London in October and November – Marillion have announced a 7 date UK Tour in April 2018.

Winners of a staggering EIGHT Categories in 2016 Prog Mag Awards (see Notes to Editors), MARILLION elicit remarkable devotion from their international fan base.  To those who already love MARILLION, the band is something special. To the uninitiated, it’s a love affair waiting to happen. Their most recent album, F E A R (Fuck Everyone and Run)peaked at No. 4 in the UK album charts and No. 1 in the rock chart last year and was given a 5-star review by The Guardian.

2018 Tour Dates as follows:-

Date City Venue

Wed 11th April Gateshead The Sage

Fri 13th April Cambridge Corn Exchange

Sat 14th April Birmingham Symphony Hall

Mon 16th April Brighton Dome

Tue 17th April  Bristol Colston Hall

Thu 19th April Reading Hexagon

Fri 20th April Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Tickets go on sale FRIDAY, 15th SEPTEMBER at 10.00am – from, & venue box offices.

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On October 13th, MARILLION release an EP on earMusic featuring a live version of their epic Living In F E A R which comes in a limited CD Digipak as well as in a limited and numbered 12” Vinyl Edition, and includes three additional unreleased live songs.


Steve Hogarth – lead vocals, lyrics, keyboards, guitars, percussion

Steve Rothery – electric guitars, acoustic guitars

Pete Trewavas – Bass, Guitar, Backing Vocals, Piano.

Mark Kelly – keyboards, samples and effects, backing vocals, programming

Ian Mosley – drums, percussion

The official Marillion  website is  here

they are also on Facebook and Twitter and you can watch on YouTube.


Feature  by Mike Ainscoe. You can find more of Mike’s writing on Louder Than War at his author’s archive. He can be found on Facebook and his website is



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