No-Man - Wherever There Is Light (EP) (2009)

No-Man is a British duo formed in 1987 as No Man Is An Island (Except The Isle Of Man) by Tim Bowness and Steven Wilson (also of Porcupine Tree)

No-Man's new EP 'Wherever There Is Light' will be released on 11th May 2009 and is now available for pre-order from Burning Shed.

Acting as a bridge between No-Man's elegiac 2008 return 'Schoolyard Ghosts' and the forthcoming live concert DVD 'Mixtaped', 'Wherever There Is Light' is a strictly limited-edition CD release.

The poignant title track (from 'Schoolyard Ghosts') features an incredible guest performance from US pedal steel legend Bruce Kaphan (American Music Club/Red House Painters) and flute from frequent band ally Theo Travis. The alt-country-tinged Death Was California and the atmospheric Counting are two new songs especially written for the EP and recorded at No-Man's Land during 2008 and 2009 (Counting features a guest performance by the live band electric violinist Steve Bingham). Carolina Skeletons and All The Blue Changes are the first recordings released from No-Man's autumn 2008 mini-tour, featuring the full live band and taken from the London concert at Bush Hall, 29th August 2008.

Wherever There Is Light (EP)
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1. Wherever There Is Light
2. Death Was California
3. Counting
4. Carolina Skeletons (live)
5. All The Blue Changes (live)

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United Kingdom
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