2016 album from the acclaimed progressive rock band. Big Big Train return with Folklore, their ¬ first full-length studio album since the award winning English Electric. Folklore contains nine new songs with a total running time of 68 minutes. Despite the album title, Folklore is by no means a collection of traditional-sounding folk music pieces. On Folklore, Big Big Train are reimagining and breathing new life into traditional themes, and also creating a few new ones along the way.
BIG BIG TRAIN is a progressive rock band based in Bournemouth, England. The band currently consists of founder members Gregory Spawton and Andy Poole and new vocalist David Longdon, with Nick D’Virgilio guesting on drums.Big Big Train have released five albums including the critically acclaimed The Difference Machine (2007). A new album, The Underfall Yard was released in late 2009.
Stone and Steel documents Big Big Train's return to live performance after many years as a writing and recording band. Released on Blu-Ray and high-definition download, Stone and Steel features performances of nine songs recorded live at Real World studios in August 2014 and four songs recorded live at the band's London gigs in August 2015 alongside interview and documentary footag…
Hot on the heels of the excellent "English Electric, Part 2", Big Big Train has released an interesting boxset. This set includes the masterpiece "English Electric, Part 1", the strong but not quite as good "English Electric, Part 2", and four new songs, "Make Some Noise", "Seen Better Days", "Edgelands", and "The Lovers". The alternate track listing mixed in with the new songs might even draw in some new fans.