December 14, 2002
to our tour page for dates in
Switzerland, Ireland, Italy and Holland. The
German dates reported earlier have apparently
been re-scheduled. Check back soon for the
two new reviews have been added to the press section.
announced for the UK, Norway, Belgium and
Spain now available on our tour
case you haven't been able to catch the video
for "Mysteries" yet then here you go!
has been included in Slant magazine's list of the greatest
electronic albums of the 20th century.
5. Portishead: Dummy
Back in high school a friend of mine made me
a tape, the contents of which seemingly
scooped up the residual pubescent angst left
in the wake of Kurt Cobain's death and
sculpted it into something horrifying and
tangible. The spine read: "PORTISHEAD
DUMMY." This was what was bubbling up in
Europe while Americans were drowning
themselves in Seattle scrunge. "Nobody
loves me, it's true," singer Beth
Gibbons declared mournfully, then adding,
"Not like you do." Though her voice
would evolve into something far more sinister
on Portishead's equally brilliant eponymous
follow-up, here Gibbons is at once despondent
("It Could Be Sweet"), coquettish
("Glory Box") and dismally
uplifting ("It's A Fire"). Geoff
Barrow's film noir collages embody snatches
of sampled cinema, hammond tremelos, rolling
basslines and rich analog tape loops. Adrian
Utley's guitar quietly plucks its way betwixt
hiccuping turntables and quivering organs on
tracks like the menacing "Wandering
Star." Dummy, an album which undoubtedly
conjures the thought of a person, place or
sour time for its every listener, sounds just
as groundbreaking today as it did eight years
ago. Other titles mentioned: Portishead.
are the latest press releases from Go!
Press go mad in Dorset for Beth Gibbons
Get a load of these:
"Among the best albums ever made"
"A magical piece of work" Q
"A modern classic" The Times
"A surreptitiously wonderful record that
conquers the world by stealth" Sunday
"A record that haunts you" Time Out
"As good as anything legendary folk Nick
Drake and Joni Mitchell combined could have
come up with" NME
"Enormously special record that's
destined to be treasured for years"
"A pleasure to hear her hurt so
majestically" Observer album of the
"Exquisite. In the rareified company of
those records that have a dignity and
otherness that sets them apart from the gaudy
business of pop music" Guardian
"Exudes otherworldy beauty" Evening
Beth Gibbons makes one the best albums ever -
Back from performing on a bill in Paris with
David Lynch's band (?!?) - Beth Gibbons and
Rustin Man will shortly announce a UK and
European tour for the begining of 2003,
driven by the incredible response to the
album release and 2 shows to date in London
and Paris. In France the album charted top
20, in Norway in the top 10. UK chart peak
was 28 and the record continues to sell well
with the growing realisation of it's beauty
and originality - 'Out Of Season' indeed.
Sessions recorded with Gilles Petterson on
radio 1 and Janice Long radio 2 go out w/c
French dates for 2003
have been announced!
Go to our tour
page for more information.
I recently contacted
Lee, a member of Beth's band, via the website
Corner and he had this to say
when asked about the next Portishead album:
believe, both Beth and Adrian (who plays
guitar on Beths tour) are gearing up for the
next PH album, later next year."
He also posted this:
"Beth's voice appears on .O.rang from
Herd of Instinct and Jalap from Fields and
Waves. Looking forward to next year's tour,
I'm sure there'll be some UK dates. I'll keep
you posted as soon as I have dates confirmed.
As far as I know [Beth's Paris show] was
recorded on audio and video, but have no idea
as to it's future use."
other news you can catch Beth & Co.
perform an acoustic set on the Janice Long show on BBC Radio 2. The
date is yet to be confirmed.
If anyone has MP3's of the show please send
them to me!
Three German dates
announced for next February!
Go to our tour
page for more information. [Thanks
The 'O'Rang website .O.
Corner reports that next
year's 'Out Of Season' world tour will
comprise of dates in at least Europe and
Australia. No North American dates have been
confirmed but apparently things are still
very early stages and changing all the time.
According to www.bethgibbons.com Beth
and Paul will be embarking on a world tour
next year. The new dates will be announced
A reminder: the Les
Inrockuptibles festival takes place tonight
at the Olympia in Paris and Beth will be
playing there alongside David Lynch, the film
Please send me
pictures, MP3s, reviews and setlist of the
After one week of sales
'Out Of Season' has entered the UK album
chart at number 28.
Please submit the chart
position in your country to this
Here's the latest press
release from Go!
makes one the best albums ever - official.
Response to the Beth Gibbons and Rustin Man
album is incredible, a thoughtful review by
Jim Irvin in MOJO ends with Jim summising
that the album is "one of the best
albums ever made". NME, Independant,
Express, Observer, Guardian and Time Out all
go beserk too - with justification as those
who've seen Beth and Paul perform either live
or on Later last Friday.
The vibe in France is great too, Beth
headlines - with David Lynch supporting - the
Les Inrockuptibles festival in Paris' Olympia
theatre on November 11th. Les Inrockuptibles
in like a cross bewteen NME and Q and is the
style bible in France. Film fans will like
the Beth/Lynch cover shoot on their December
This month's issue of
Mojo magazine features a small interview with
Paul Webb, next to the album review. He
talks about the making of 'Out Of Season' and
how the pair hooked up. A rather good read.
If someone has a
transcription or a scan of the interview
please send it
On last night's Later
With Jools Holland show Beth and Paul
performed both "Tom The Model"
The Guardian gave 'Out
Of Season' whole 5 stars! Read the review in
The same paper also
gave the London gig four stars out of five:
"Recently, a music
paper suggested a goth revival was on the
cards. Even in an age accustomed to borrowing
from the past, that seemed shocking, an
indication that the bottom of the postmodern
barrel was being scraped.
Meanwhile, bands such as Liars and Erase
Errata are currently exhuming something even
more obtuse: the scratchy early 1980s
punk-funk of the Fire Engines and the Pop
Group. Is any genre so terminally
unfashionable that it is beyond revival?
One strong candidate would be British
folk-rock. Briefly hip in the late 1960s, its
stock quickly plummeted. Whatever the music
sounded like - and when the late Sandy Denny
was singing, it sounded very beautiful - it
became associated with real ale and, worse,
morris-dancing, the least cool thing in the
And yet, as Beth Gibbons takes the stage to a
gently plucked acoustic guitar, a wheezing
accordion and a spectral, synthesised choir,
there is the distinct whiff of Fairport
Convention in the October air.
Gibbons has somehow managed to find a window
in Portishead's Stakhanovite work schedule,
which entails producing an album every six
years or so, in order to collaborate with
Paul Webb, once of glum ambient pop band Talk
Talk. An odd figure, hunched over the
microphone and visibly shy, Gibbons sings an
implausibly beautiful song called Mysteries,
not in the Billie Holiday-ish rasp familiar
from Portishead, but in what is presumably
her natural voice, a pure, high, lovely
sound, with a distinct West Country twang.
It's not just Gibbons's vowels that suggest
the English countryside. The lyrics are
filled with references to nature: blossom
falling, the wind turning on the shoreline.
Spyder combines a waltz rhythm and Wicker Man
atmospherics to shivering effect. A
violinist, incongruously clad in a sequinned
boob tube, adds swooping lines. It's
difficult to think of music more autumnal.
These days, when an artist is described as
quintessentially English, it usually means
they sound a bit like the Kinks. This music
is different - it excavates a largely
forgotten strain of rural English rock and
drags it into the present. The results are
exquisite, proof that even the most arcane
and unhip corners of history can yield
Friday October 18, 2002
Please note that the
Later With Jools Hollad appearence has been
re-scheduled to Friday 25th October.
New album reviews from
NME, Red Direct and Virgin Megastore are
available in the press
section of this site.
You can win copies of
'Out Of Season' over at Red
Here's NME's review of
the London show:
As the singer in Portishead, Beth Gibbons
wasn't exactly known for her confidence. She
rarely performs live, and gives interviews
less often - which makes her decision to put
out a solo album ('Out of Season') with Talk
Talk's Paul Webb something of an oddity. To
walk out onstage for the first time in five
years - well, that's just plain madness!
The voice is instantly recognisable, still
chillingly beautiful, and even more out of
step with what's going on in the current
music world. But it doesn't matter - the
so-acoustic-it's-naked 'Mysteries' is pure
Nico, while 'Tom The Model' is unsettling,
like Portishead - only without the DJ's. If
these are the kind of songs she's willing to
throw away on a low-key side project, it
looks like the third Portishead album is
going to be very special indeed. As it ends
with an incendiary 'Funny Time of Year',
Gibbons leaves the stage and personally
shakes the hand of every person in the few
front rows. She's saying 'Thanks for
remembering me'. But really Beth, the
pleasure was all ours.
By Julian Marshall
Thanks to Steve for
sending me his review of last night's show:
"I've just got
back from Beth Gibbons show at the Shepherds
Bush Empire. I thought it was a fantastic
performance (just a little too short) and I
had really good evening. Its actually the
first time I've seen a gig at the Empire but
I was pleasantly surprised at what a nice
intimate atmosphere the venue has.
I'm a big Portishead fan and just really love
Beth's voice. Although the tracks from 'Out
of Season' are quite different to most
Portishead stuff, Beth's vocal style is
unmistakeale and I think the album is
beautiful. Tonight Beth, Paul and her band
gave an enthralling performance, my favourite
moments being 'Sand River' and 'Funny Time of
Beth looked a little nervous (understandably)
at times tonight though this did not detract
from her performance at all as her voice was
as gorgeously emotive and sincere as always.
She seemed to really enjoy herself and looked
endearingly shy and overwhelmed by the
attention and adulation from the audience. At
one point during 'Tom the Model' she almost
burst out laughing at nearly forgetting the
I was fortunate enough to be right up at the
front near the stage and Beth shook my hand
when she jumped down to meet the crowd during
the instrumental finale to 'Funny Time of
Year'. She seemed very grateful to everyone
After the show, I stayed behind a while in
the hope of getting the set list or trying to
get one of the roadies to blag me an
autograph. I missed out on the setlist but
even better I ended up meeting Adrian (Utley)
and Beth! I saw Adrian hanging out in the bar
area afterwards and just thought I must say
hello as this might be my only opportunity
to! I was quite embarrassed to just approach
him as he seemed to be chatting with a lot of
other people who seemed to be either family
or close friends but I found the appropriate
moment and introduced myself. He was actually
really friendly and chatty and didn't even
mind when I nagged him to sign my ticket. I
asked him about Beth and he said she would be
around and wouldn't mind at all if I went and
said hi. I'd spotted Beth earlier but I was
too shy to speak to her ... she seemed to be
surrounded by people congratulating her on
her performance. I later found out that most
of these people were her family - I even saw
Well anyway, I did eventually pluck up the
courage to chat to Beth and she was lovely -
Very down to earth and cheerful. She thanked
me for coming to the gig and I asked her how
she had found it being back on stage again
(or something like that ... think I was
waffling incoherantly). Beth told me she had
been really nervous tonight, "shitting
myself!" as she put it! I was feeling a
little awkward chatting to her when I could
see all these other people wanted to speak to
her too. Most of these people were her family
or people associated with the band. Beth also
pointed out Geoff (from Portishead) to me but
I never got around to speaking with him
As the security people were chucking everyone
out I managed to get Beth's attention one
last time to say goodbye. I conveyed to her
that I was feeling a little awkward for
bothering her and I remember saying something
silly like "I know you don't know me
but...I just wanted to say bye before I
go". Beth turned to me with a warm smile
and put her arm around me "you do know
me, we met a minute ago!". We both
laughed at the situation and it made me feel
so much better. When you meet someone that
you have respected and admired for a long
time, someone whose music is genuinely
special to you, you really don't want them
not to be nice to you! ;) It was a pleasant
relief that Beth was so friendly and it has
just made my evening to have met her and
Well, just a little recollection of my
experience of tonight's gig at Shepherds Bush
Empire. After getting home I just wanted to
tell everyone about it so hopefully some of
you will find my account of the evening
interesting! I'd love to hear how other
people who were there tonight found the show
and the experience in general to be..."
Pictures, MP3's and the
setlist are still missing. More reviews are
also welcome. Anyone willing to help
Geoff Barrow and Daddy
G were among the DJ's playing at Level in
Bristol last Friday. And yes, I know it's
You can still catch
some Portishead action tonight when Beth will
her new album at the Shepherds Bush
Empire in London.
If you're lucky enough
to witness this rare event, please submit your
reviews, pictures, setlists, MP3's etc. and
I'll publish them.
Here's the latest press
release from Beth's label Go!
Beat concerning her live
"The 28th October
album release, correctly descibed by MOJO as
one of the best ever recorded, is launched at
London's Shepherds Bush Empire on Wednesday
16th october. There will be DJs before and
after the gig, which is at 8.30 and Beth's
band includes members of Portishead, Talk
Talk (the Rustin Man) and Ben and Jason -
amongst other notables.
She will record 2
tracks for Jools Holland's Later, for
broadcast on October 25th and then goes to
Paris where the London launch plan is
repeated for her French friends, who are
numerous. David Lynch, leftfield film genius,
has put a band together and he will be
supporting her, November 11th, Olympia,
Click below to access
the new Beth Gibbons Jukebox.You can listen
to four full length album tracks after
Gay.com UK is hosting a competition where you can win a
pair of tickets to the London
next week and some copies of the new album.
The competition closes on the 14th so you
NME is also giving away
two pairs of tickets to the show.
October 9, 2002
According to www.bethgibbons.com Beth
Gibbons & Rustin Man will appear on Later
With Jools Holland on Friday 25th October.
An album playback will
take place soon at The Social in Islington,
UK. The exact date is yet to be confirmed.
October 8, 2002
Every song from 'Out Of Season' has
now leaked to the net. Therefore I've taken
down the two songs previously available at
You should try this
page here or
file-sharing programs like Soulseek and Kazaa for
downloading the songs.
Also, check out some
reviews of 'Out Of Season'. At
least Mojo, Esquire and Uncut seem to be
loving it unanimously!
There's a new Pitchfork
article summing up the recent developments in
the Portishead world.
EXCLUSIVE! The single
"Mysteries" from 'Out Of Season' is
now available for download at our
However, I urge you to
respect copyright law and buy the album when
it hits the shops. Thank you.
performance of 'Glory Box' from 1994 is featured
on a DVD marking the tenth anniversary of
'Later... With Jools Holland'.
BBC music show has been running for a decade,
and to coincide with its birthday, a DVD is
to be released on November 18, showcasing the
highlights of the last decade.
full tracklisting runs:
The Verve - 'Bitter
Mary J Blige - 'No More Drama'
Portishead - 'Glory Box'
Ladysmith Black Mambazo - 'Star And The
Bjork - 'Hunter'
David Gray - 'Babylon'
Pulp - 'I Spy'
Norma Waterson - 'There Ain't No Sweet Man'
Paul Weller - 'Woodcutter's Son'
The Hives - 'I Hate To Say I Told You So'
Jools Holland - 'Blood Sucker Blues'
Massive Attack - 'Karmacoma'
Blur - 'Parklife'
Ibrahim Ferrer & Cachaito - 'Wahira'
Oasis - 'Whatever'
Nick Cave - 'God Is In The House'
PJ Harvey - 'Down By The Water'
Robbie Williams - 'Angels'
Mariza - 'O Gente Da Minha Terra'
Coldplay - 'Yellow'
Baaba Maal - 'Jamma Jengii'
Orbital - 'Satan'
D'Angelo - 'Brown Sugar'
Diana Krall - 'Peel Me A Grape'
Morrissey - 'Suedehead'
Moby - 'Porcelain'
Blind Boys Of Alabama - 'Run On'
Primal Scream - 'Swastika Eyes'
REM - 'Country Feedback'
Radiohead - 'Paranoid Android'
official press release.
Beth Gibbons website has
been launched! Check it out for new audio
& video clips and some interesting album
Much of 'Out Of Season'
was written and conceived at their homes in
the countryside in Devon and Essex with
tracklaying in London studios Westside and
Adrian Utley, John
Baggot and Clive Deamer from Portishead have
all contributed to the album alongside Lee
Harris and Simon Edwards from Talk Talk. The
album was mixed by Phill Brown.
Beth has also confirmed
that she is currently working on vocals and
melodies on tracks that Portishead's Geoff
Barrow has recently sent her. New Portishead
album in 2003? We'll see...
"Tom The Model" from 'Out Of Season' now!
The track is featured
on the CD that comes with the latest edition
of the French magazine Les
Beth Gibbons &
Rustin' Man will play the Olympia in
Paris on November 11th. Check the tour section for
David Lynch will play as part of Bluebob
before Beth so there have been rumours of her
possibly performing one of their songs.
'Out Of Season'
tracklisting and cover image confirmed!
02. Tom The Model
05. Sand River
06. Spider Monkey
09. Funny Time Of Year
10. Rustin Man
can already pre-order the album from HMV.co.uk.
the official Beth Gibbons website is under
construction at www.bethgibbons.com.
From the NME:
Beth Gibbons is to release her own album, and
play her debut solo show.
The singer is taking a
break from working on the new Portishead
album and will release her own record, 'Out
Of Season', released on October 28.
The LP has been
recorded with former Talk Talk man Paul Webb,
and she plans to debut songs at a gig at the
London Shepherds Bush Empire (October 16).
For ticket availability
call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663
Other places selling
Ticket Shop and TicketWeb,
prices approximately 11£.
By purchasing one
you'll also be entitled to a free album
sampler. If you have one of these, please
contact me at email@example.com.
August 19, 2002
From the Go!
Beat Records website:
"Beth Gibbons solo
album but she's not leaving Portishead
Beth Gibbons and
Rustin' Man are the voice of Portishead and
her mate Paul Webb (of Talk Talk). Releasing
her debut solo album 'Out Of Season' on
October 28th, Beth will be taking the album
on the road - watch this space for details of
UK and continental shows and then continue
work on the next Portishead album, due 2003.
The album is largely semi-acoustic and deeply
moving. Lead track 'Mysteries' will promote
the release but not be available in the
Check out our new 'Out Of Season'
minisite for more on Beth!
August 13, 2002
Look who (possibly)
Name: geoff barrow
Homepage: http://portishead.co.uk [dead for the moment]
Favorite album: Dummy
Favorite song: always on my mind [elvis]
Site rating: 10
Your message: just like to say i really like
your site, ours has gone down i think its be
out for a while which is really crap of us..
were busy writing at the moment trying stuff
out.. sorry weve been away for so long, a few
things fell apart after the the tour and we
didnt really talk about the band for a while,
we just got on with other things that didnt
seem so heavy..we were too tired and unhappy,
things are better now and i cant wait to
release some new stuff.dont hold your breath
though it aint gonna be out for a while.. im
really glad theres people around who still
care about us your sites really cool, if you
think that this is someone else and not me
then thats up to you i just wanted to say
hello.......all the best from here..geoff
August 7, 2002
a 7" single by The Jimi Entley Sound was
recently released on Espionage Records.
to rumours, there's only 500 been pressed and
it's Portishead under a different name.
August 4, 2002
future in jeopardy? Hope not.
an interview with Triple J presenter Robbie
Buck Australian artist Katalyst, whom Geoff
Barrow and Adrian Utley recently worked with
was asked about the chances of Portishead
releasing another album.
said that the chances are "getting
slimmer and slimmer every day". [Thanks
July 24, 2002
limited edition Portishead 7 is about
to be released, according to a source close
to the band. It will include a re-working of
Michael Viner's Incredible Bongo Bands
tuned for more info on this.
June 18, 2002
and Adrian have worked with Australian artist
Katalyst aka Ashley Anderson on
his new album "Manipulating Agent".
Here's a clip from a 3D World article on how this
Agent has been released on Andersons
new label, Invada, which he started with
Geoff Barrow from Portishead. The two met a
few years ago while Barrow was in Australia
and the relationship has proved fruitful. It
seems the two clicked in a bigger way than
most. "It was probably just as much on a
personal level as it was on a musical level
[that we got on well]. I met Geoff through a
mutual friend and we hung out and, both being
music producers, we had a fair bit in common.
We were into quite a few of the same
producers so we shared a lot of influences
and came to the understanding that wed
probably work well together; not that I
really work with Geoff. Hes helped me
in a few areas and Ive done work with
him over in England. The whole Portishead
thing, thats his bag and thats
what hes working on at the
another interesting part from the same
got another release planned for later in the
year," Anderson sounds enthusiastic but
level-headed at the same time.
"Were trying not to get too ahead
of ourselves and signing millions of people
in the first few months of starting up.
Dynamo Productions, which is Andy Smith and
Theyve released stuff
on the Illicit label [in the UK] and
theyve got a new album due out soon, so
well probably be doing that out here.
Thatll come out on Invada near the end
of the year. I think its due out in
October; Im not sure whether well
wait a month or two before releasing it out
here, and then well get them out for a
tour over summer.
can check out Katalyst on his Australian tour
later this summer.
have also remixed another Australian artist
called Machine Gun Fellatio. The track is called
"Horny Blonde 40" and it's lifted
from their "For The Ladies" EP
which was released earlier this year. Hear a
clip of the track here.
May 26, 2002
are rumours floating around the Internet that
Portishead will release their long-awaited
new album entitled "Alien" next
fall or winter, containing 11 new songs and a
news was posted on Audiogalaxy by a member
who claims to be working at Go! Beat Records, Portishead's record
label. He also told everyone that the new
album was recorded in Sydney, Australia.
is currently putting the final details on
their new album in Sydney, Australia. The new
record will be entitled "Alien" and
will contain 11 new songs + a remix. It is
scheduled for release in October.
01. Open Box
02. Love Of Life
04. Broken Wall
05. Beatless Day
06. Of Liberty For All And None
09. Minor Pain
10. Traveling Fast To There
11. Tomorrows Death
12. Broquette [Multi Mix In F-Slowdown]"
the June 2002 issue of Bristol's Euro Beat
Magazine reports the following:
releases for Winter of 2002-03
- Alien (tentative title)
- Open Box
02 - Love of Life
03 - Broquette
04 - Broken wall
05 - Beatless day
06 - Of liberty for all and none (feat. JD
07 - Alien
08 - Signature
09 - Minor Pain
10 - Traveling Fast To There
11 - Tomorrows Death
12 - Broquette (multi mix in F#- slowdown)
be released under UNI's Mercury Label.
Tentative run time 62:45 with CD extra
multimedia ready to run on any PC with
compatible graphics card."
this be true? If you have further info please
May 15, 2002
an interview with Geoff Barrow in the latest
issue of Decode Magazine, out tomorrow in the
April 29, 2002
"PNYC" DVD is out now
in Europe and tomorrow in North America!
[P] by buying your copy of the DVD from our
brand new online shop. Thanks!
March 30, 2002
to CDNOW and MTV the new "PNYC" DVD will be
released in North America on April 30th with
region 1 encoding though no official
confirmation has been given on this yet.
March 29, 2002
are featured in the March issue of Mojo, the
UK based music magazine. Among dozens of
other musicians they talk about their
picture of Beth Gibbons, Geoff Barrow and
Adrian Utley in a Bristolian park is
available. They are also on the magazine
cover with the others. Here's a scan of it.
at last they are still together as a band.
There were no news for fresh material.
March 21, 2002
Portishead song has been raped so to speak in
an ad for the new Nissan Primera -line. The
song included is "Numb" and features
both the beginning of the song and Beth
singing the "A Lady Of War..."
-part while a silver car drives through the
streets with dolphins jumping out of puddles.
a Nike ad used the song "Roads", also from the
March 16, 2002
"Undenied" is included on
the soundtrack for the Finnish movie "Kuutamolla", which premiered
March 11, 2002
are two recent Nike spots playing for their
"Trunning" line. One ad features
baseball player Derek Jeter and uses the
Portishead track "Roads" from their 1994
album "Dummy". This has caused
some fuss over the Internet. As everyone
knows, Nike uses child labour and is one of
the most critisized companies out there.
is still unclear wheather or not the use of
the track was given the all-clear by the band
itself or only by the record company which
owns the rights to the track.
March 10, 2002
source close to the band has told me that
Portishead will do a VIP gig in Paris
following the release of their new album in
the next few months.
this is still unconfirmed by the band itself!
March 09, 2002
has been sent to the Portishead Mailing List
As a member of
the Portishead website we are really pleased
to let you know first that on the 29TH APRIL
2002 we are releasing Portishead's acclaimed PNYC live show remastered
on DVD "PNYC".
full length performance and documentary
footage of this extraordinary New York show
we are also making available the short film
"Road Trip" and for the
first time the band's promo
the short film "To Kill A Dead Man" and a previously
unreleased acoustic version of "Wandering Star" accompanied by
footage of the band on tour.
If you want to
check out more information on this release,
offers and downloads click on the link below
to go to the new DVD microsite
the new DVD "Pnyc: Roseland New York:
Live" has special features not included
in the VHS format. These are:
for Numb, Sour Times, All Mine, Over, Only You, short films
"Roadtrip" and "To Kill A Dead Man" and a previously
unreleased acoustic version of "Wandering Star" accompanied by
footage of the band on tour.
DVD Release Date: 29th April, 2002
Run Time: 93 minutes
Region 2 encoding (Europe, Middle East &
the official Portishead mailing list:
April 2002 Portishead are really excited to
be offering a new release containing
previously unavailable material and more. As
a member of the Portishead website we would
love to offer you the first preview of this
and the band's future releases and
will be in touch with you very soon to let
you know what's coming up.
PNYC - Live At The Roseland
Theatre , previously available only on
video, will be released on DVD February 4th.
can order it now from Amazon.co.uk.