Porcupine Tree Have Put Unreleased and Rare Music on Bandcamp


With all of the tour cancellations and postponements due to coronavirus, artists have been losing a majority of their income. Bandcamp, who regularly save the day, announced that today, they will be waiving fees so that the money goes straight to the musician.

Because of this blessing, prog-rock legends Porcupine Tree, who’ve been broken up since 2009, have returned with rare and unreleased music for sale on Bandcamp.

The band said:

“We have launched a Bandcamp page at porcupinetreeofficial.bandcamp.com where you can listen and download full resolution recordings of rare and unreleased rarities from beyond our core record label releases. This has been a long time in the planning, and we do apologise for the poor timing, as we know this is a very difficult time for everyone, including us as musicians and our families. The upshot is that we have decided to go ahead and make the page live now as planned, but point out that there’s absolutely no rush to avail yourself of its contents, it will be around indefinitely and we aim to add more music to it over the coming months. In the meantime, if you are stuck at home and do feel like some extra-curricular PT music, here it is!”

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