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June 24th, 4:58 pm

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Happy 24th birthday to Afraid of Sunlight. and Happy 28th birthday to Holidays in Eden. Now we're feeling old.... ... See moreSee less

 

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I have been start listening Marillion since Holidays in Eden.

Afraid of Sunlight was my first full Marillion album, after an internet friend on the other side of the planet had sent me a tape of the song This Strange Engine, and I flipped out on it. So she sent me Afraid of Sunlight, and well....that was that. Still my fave.

Wonderful songs are on both albums, Happy anniversary ❤️❤️❤️

Love both albums to bits!!! Amazing masterpieces ❤️

Wow two great albums released on my birthday! Never even realized that!

Both are excellent albums, I adore Afraid of Sunlight a little bit more, but Holidays in Eden is soooo good,too :)

Two completely different albums, but both stunning

two of my favourite albums -.- <3 and two great reasons to make a toast! :D two of 'em! :D🤪cheers! 🍻

Brilliant albums!! 💿💿 Keep them coming!! 🤘🏻😎🎸🎹🎸🥁🎤🎧 🎶🎵🎶 And thank you for the music!! 💙

Each of them a unique Masterpiece with brilliant and timeless Music, but don't forget the 25th birthday of Brave, still my alltime Favourite and I remember the Release-Party at Presswerk in Cologne, as if it was yesterday! Your stunning Music enlighten my Life since 30 Years - I bow to You, Gentlemen!

In Mexico we have an adage: "Viejos los cerros y reverdecen!!" it´s something like: "Old the hills and greening!!!" the age comes with experience, happy birthday to both excellent albums!!!

Two of my absolute favorites...especially since my brother and I got to meet the band at the Web convention in Pittsburgh during the Afraid of Sunlight Tour!

Both brilliant albums timeless music

Never forget ’95 and my 24th birthday back then. AoS was the Record that was played many times.

Afraid of Sunlight...struggled with it at first but now...I love it!!

Holidays in Eden has been such a grower and Splintering Heart is easily one of my all time favourites. Gazpacho. Best Bass-Line ever.

Afraid of Sunlight changed my llife!

Holidays in Eden...vastly underrated. I love it!!

Seems yesterday I saw that magnificent, mysterious Cover at my local record store (now obviously closed). Memories, sounds, heartbeats, laughs and tears. All combined togheter at the first listening. Still today in my top choices.

Holidays in Eden was played on my first Marillion weekend in PZ. That was soooo great. Never will forget that.😍😍😍❤❤❤

Sandwiching the best Hogarth album, Brave.

I’m as old as Holidays In Eden 😂 Great album btw ! 😍

I still discover new things in these two great albums every time I listen to them!

Two amazing albums ... amazing souvenirs. Two amazing Summers... No ... you're not old.

28 years ago one of my all time favorte album was release. A real classic album

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June 18th, 3:24 pm

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Hi Everyone,

Pete here, I just wanted to say how amazing the conventions have been with your unwavering faith and support.

What a vibe you created for us to groove around on top of. You pushed us further than we had gone before and between us I think we created moments of pure magic.

So thank you for that.

Exciting Edison’s Children news.

We have just launched the pre-order campaign for our 4th studio album:

The Disturbance Fields.

Our 4th record is finally finished after all these years and it will be a 68 minute "Epic" concept album (much like our first and second albums).

Joining us for this masterpiece are Rick Armstrong (son of First Man on the Moon Neil Armstrong) on guitars and basses along with Lisa Wetton and Henry Rogers sharing the rhythm and percussion responsibilities.

To see some exciting clips and to get your "Name in the booklet" (cut off is this week), please go right away to:

www.randomdisturbance.com

This coincides very conveniently with the free concert Edison’s Children are playing supporting Alan Parsons.

We are absolutely delighted and honoured that Edison’s Children will be a part of the 50 year celebration of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Eric and I will be joined on stage by our own Rick Armstrong, the son of Neil Armstrong who took those iconic first steps.

Our good friend Lisa Wetton (wife of Asia lead singer John Wetton) will be joined by John Wesley (Porcupine Tree) and his drummer Mark Prator for the concert.

Hope to see you there, or sometime later in the year.

Pete.
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Hi Everyone,

Pete here, I just wanted to say how amazing the conventions have been with your unwavering faith and support.

What a vibe you created for us to groove around on top of. You pushed us further than we had gone before and between us I think we created moments of pure magic.

So thank you for that.

Exciting Edison’s Children news.

We have just launched the pre-order campaign for our 4th studio album:

The Disturbance Fields.

Our 4th record is finally finished after all these years and it will be a 68 minute Epic concept album (much like our first and second albums).

Joining us for this masterpiece are Rick Armstrong (son of First Man on the Moon Neil Armstrong) on guitars and basses along with Lisa Wetton and Henry Rogers sharing the rhythm and percussion responsibilities.

To see some exciting clips and to get your Name in the booklet (cut off is this week), please go right away to:

http://www.randomdisturbance.com

This coincides very conveniently with the free concert Edison’s Children are playing supporting Alan Parsons.

We are absolutely delighted and honoured that Edison’s Children will be a part of the 50 year celebration of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Eric and I will be joined on stage by our own Rick Armstrong, the son of Neil Armstrong who took those iconic first steps.

Our good friend Lisa Wetton (wife of Asia lead singer John Wetton) will be joined by John Wesley (Porcupine Tree) and his drummer Mark Prator for the concert.

Hope to see you there, or sometime later in the year.

Pete.

 

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Johan

I've listened to the music in trailer, sounds fantastic, can't wait for it to come out :D

Eres el mejor 😘

Fenomenal

Craig Hardman

You're bass solo at Leicester was first class Pete! More of that please.🤘🙂

Ordered with my name in the booklet! 🤘

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I CAN'T WAIT😲✌️ MERCI...

Preordered!

Sounds like some exciting things happening!! Gonna be awesome!

Preordered, thanks!

Funny the Edisons Children right next to Alan Parson is in my CD shelf, providence?

Ordered and excited to receive it!

YAY!! So happy for this.

Absolutely love Marillion ! Will be flying over from Canada to catch you at the Royal Albert Hall in a few months.

Can you send me the link again? Want name in if poss???

Cool! And the artwork.... 💥

Pete, my good friend! Greetings from ur bass chap in Lisbon, Tozé

Congratulations Pete !

Great news Pete. Have listened to the trailers....Excellent.

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June 11th, 11:34 am

Marillion

Thank you all once again for the fabulous reception at all of our recent Marillion Weekends. If you were at any of them, we would like to give you a chance to win Ian, Pete, Steve, Mark or h's personal AAA passes (see picture). To be in with a chance, simply state below which Weekend you attended and your best memory of that Weekend. We will pick five winners on Monday June 17th. Good luck! ... See moreSee less

Thank you all once again for the fabulous reception at all of our recent Marillion Weekends.  If you were at any of them, we would like to give you a chance to win Ian, Pete, Steve, Mark or hs personal AAA passes (see picture).   To be in with a chance, simply state below which Weekend you attended and your best memory of that Weekend.  We will pick five winners on Monday June 17th.  Good luck!

 

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After hearing for years about the Marillion Weekends I finally caved in and went to the Montreal show. Having been to several prog rock fests and experiencing the loving community of a perennial prog cruise I was skeptical about the mysterious "family" and the "magic" that was spoken of regarding the Weekends. Surely it was all hype, luckily for me it was not. I am 50 years old and thought I had experienced every emotion possible in this life but on Saturday, May 18, 2019, Marillion began a series of songs beginning with Estonia that slowly opened my heart completely, lifted it out of my chest and bared it to anyone and everyone around me. That night, that moment, L'Olympia was a home full of hearts and souls beating and bleeding in unity. We all felt it, you could see it in our faces, our tears, and the loving hugs that followed. You could hear it in H's voice emoting our pain, our joy, our awe in the raw and naked feelings. We were transfixed, we were transported, we were a family. The magic was real and I am so grateful.

PZ and Leicester. It was my first PZ and I felt at home as soon as I stepped of the bus, it was such an amazing atmosphere from start to finish. Thank you to my wonderful German friends Norbert Middelmann Thorsten Kern Wolfgang Röhl and Birgit Hünseler for inviting me to stay in your chalet. So many memories starting with a night of Bitburger oblivion with Brian Sims. The Friday night Marillion set nearly broke me! The stunning visuals on Ocean Cloud. Watching my best friend Martin Jakubski tear it up at Swap the Band. I have to selfishly say my favourite Leicester memory was the audience reaction to our(StillMarillion) performance of The Space at The Y Theatre. Two great weekends with so many friends, great music and of course beer. Bring on 2021!

I was at PZ, MTL & LIS, but i’d like to enter for Chloe Jackson who, as a teen, attended MTL with her dad and was a POWERHOUSE on the fundraiser and just an absolute delight to get to know. If the future contains more kids like her, we will be okay. Her dad, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson, should be very proud of the young lady he has raised! And getting to share the concerts with them was a great memory for me!!!!

I was at Montreal, my first Marillion weekend. The overwhelming feeling of family and a sense of belonging and love is something I’ll never forget. As for the performance ,Ocean Cloud moved my entire soul. I relive it everyday 💕

Just PZ. The fact that I was able to attend at all was a prize; my main goal, besides Marillion, was to see, hug and spend time with everyone because you never know. I now have an álbum full of wonderful memories to last me until next time ❤

Montreal. Trying to choose a favourite moment is akin to trying to pick a fave Marillion song ("Woke Up") or fave Marillion album (HITR). Wow, guess it wasn't as difficult as I thought. With apologies to Lucy and the countless old and new friends I met, my fave moment is purely selfish. Saturday night. I'm standing stage left near Pete. I forget which song was playing but h walked in front of the crowd. He looked down and saw me, smiled (we had had a moment the night before 😃), took my hand and said "Nice to see you again." A moment I will never forget. Thanks, h!

Montréal Weekend! This was our first Marillion and an advance celebration of our 30th wedding anniversary! Running into Lucy Jordache first thing Friday night and getting an inside view of life with Marillion was super special!

My son and I attended our first weekend in Montreal. When Fantastic Place ended, my son looked at me, smiled, and said “that was just perfect”. Indeed. It was lovely to experience the whole Montreal weekend with my son having my late husbands spirit with us. (Scott wore his dad’s Marillion t-shirt that Sunday night) Je t’aime Montreal

Montreal. Getting the metro out to the Grand Prix track and renting three Boris bikes and actually cycling the track (twice!), stopping on the starting grid and getting some unsuspecting guy to take our photos as we childishly revved our cycles! Superb memory two great mates.

Having Lucy call me up on stage to play a couple bits on Ian’s kit ! It was the MOST bittersweet moment of my entire life, as it was on the 5th anniversary of my BEST friend’s passing. Also, all the pre gaming fun at our hotel cocktail party & Brutopia. Almost a month later, and I’m STILL on a high !!!!! Eternally grateful is an understatement ! 💕👍🥁

Port Zélande Being on stage with the band as one of the members of the winning team of the Marillion quiz was a moment I'll never forget!! Thank you team members as well my chalet mates for a fantastic PZ!!

It was my first at Montreal as well, and quite literally was the best weekend of my life. The songs played were literally perfect for what I would’ve chosen. Getting to hear Splintering Heart, Brave and Hollow Man were some of my favorite moments. I cried through all of them, I was so overwhelmed with emotion. Not to mention the amazing experience of meeting such lovely people. My depth of gratitude to H, Ian, Pete, Rothery & Mark, Lucy Jordache Marillion, and all others involved to give us this experience is beyond my ability to express properly.

I was at Montreal, my first weekend. It's so hard to pick ONE favorite memory, like everyone says, but being able to share the music and emotion with my recently converted best friend was priceless. We've been going to concerts together since we were 15, but Marillion Montreal weekend was the most magical.

Port Zelande. My best memory is having played the Invisible Man with a friend in our Cottage garden and noticing afterwards we did have a small audience at our front door. That kind of things happen only at a Marillion Weekend.

Hi Lucy Jordache Marillion! I went to PZ and Montreal, my first time at both! There were so many great memories at each weekend, but when Donna’s first play was the GRANDMA card (when were playing Cards Against Humanity in the chalet), that was the icing on the cake right there! Donna Bourke, what say you?? 🤣🤣🤣

PZ and Montreal...so many highlights, the fancy dress party, hugs at Brutopia, Banksy Bombs, getting my picture taken with the President, lunch with Randy, Whatever that drink was that Steve made, but mostly all of the amazing people we met and shared this with.

Leicester. Seeing all the hands with the fingerlights on come up in unison during This Train and knowing that I can finally relax and enjoy the rest of the Sunday night

PZ and Montréal...although there are too many great moments to list...my favorite was finally meeting Ian after Saturday’s gig in Montréal.😎

Montreal. Probably my single favorite moment was the closing section of Ocean Cloud — the lights, the performance, the sheer magic...and the five-minute ovation that followed.

I attended the Montreal weekend. My greatest memory for that weekend was when my wife ,who was not a Marillion fan but wanted to support me and come to the weekend with me. She ended up loving the shows and the band. But for me to look at her during "When I Meet God" and see tears falling down from her eyes solidified for me just how much i love my wife and Marillion and how much they both mean to me. She has since listened to the band almost everyday and is now a big fan. We look forward to many more concerts and weekends together

My first Weekend in Montreal. Night 3, during Essence. I FELT the part "choose life, choose living" like sunlight streaming through my heart, illuminating the hidden possibilities of all I could be. I may admittedly love Marillion songs for their emotional weight and ability to make me cry, but this sonic hug of optimism was so beautiful and precious.

PZ and Montréal. My favorite memory is with my daughter Antonia turning 14 years old. Hugging each other, crying for joy...surrounded by friends from all over the world and my favorite band playing my actual anthem “Happiness is the Road”...Unforgettable moment...

My favourite memory is having my first dance with my husband to fantastic place in Leicester. Magical moment for us both ❤️

Montréal. My first weekend all the way from Mexico City. The city was beautiful and I was lucky enough to attend along with some of my best friends. And my friends all know that I have a very deep love for Invisible Ink. When the band started playing one of my dearest songs, my friends let me know they were very happy for me. That was an incredible feeling, and I cannot thank Marillion and my buddies enough. 🙂

I attended Montreal, and it was amazing. My favorite moment was either the five-minute ovation for "Ocean Cloud" or the incredible rendition of "Brave," H singing it more powerfully than I've ever heard him while the audience remained silent. Thank you for such a great experience!

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