New "Poppy Z" Video

Kscope have created a video for Poppy Z! Released originally on the debut album from back in 2001, many of you newer Fool fans might have missed this great little ditty....

Tim Bowness interview with Henry Fool content

The first big interview around Tim's new album, "Abandoned Dancehall Dreams", has been done by the great team over at Innerviews. Check the interview out (featuring quite a bit of Henry Fool content!) here.

Henry Fool on tour

Tim Bowness and Henry Fool have announced two "An Evening With Tim Bowness and Henry Fool" concerts to take place this July, showcasing material by Henry Fool, No- Man and Tim's forthcoming InsideOut label album, "Abandoned Dancehall Dreams".

Henry Fool have also formally announced that Colin Edwin (Porcupine Tree, Ex-Wise Heads) has joined the band and will participate in all upcoming dates and recording sessions scheduled for this summer. In addition, Tim along with his Henry Fool co- founder Stephen Bennett continues to write material for a third HF album and the full band sessions will hopefully provide further new material.

On stage, Tim and Colin will be performing alongside current No-Man and Sanguine Hum members Andrew Booker, Mike Bearpark and Stephen Bennett, plus saxophonist/ flautist Myke Clifford from The Pink Floyd Dimension.

The concerts will take place at The Borderline in London on 11th July and at a CRS event in Maltby, Yorkshire on 12th July.

Check the tour dates section for dates.

New Tim Bowness solo album (featuring HF members)

Abandoned Dancehall Dreams

Tim Bowness returns on the Inside Out label with his ambitious second solo album, Abandoned Dancehall Dreams.

Produced by Bowness and mixed by his no-man band partner Steven Wilson, Abandoned Dancehall Dreams features performances from Pat Mastelotto, Colin Edwin, Anna Phoebe, Andrew Keeling and members of the no-man live band (Stephen Bennett, Michael Bearpark, Pete Morgan, Steven Wilson, Andrew Booker and Steve Bingham).

All pre-order copies come with a free 16 page booklet featuring a Tim Bowness essay on the making of the album and exclusive artwork.

Abandoned Dancehall Dreams (double cd preorder)
Abandoned Dancehall Dreams (white vinyl preorder - limited edition)
Abandoned Dancehall Dreams (black vinyl preorder)

Men Singing Tops 2013 Progressive Rock Lists

Within Prog Magazine, author/writer Sid Smith lists Men Singing as one of his "albums of the year." Thanks, Sid!

Jewel Case Version of Men Singing now available

Burning Shed has sold out of its copies of the limited vinyl miniature cd version of Henry Fool's Men Singing. A new jewel case edition is now available.

Interview with Tim at Progressive Rock Central

Click here for an interview with Tim about his work with Henry Fool among his many projects.

Interview with Tim at The Examiner

Click here for an interview with Tim about his work with Henry Fool among his many projects.

Podcast with Tim and Stephen on Future FM

Click here to listen to a podcast with Tim and Stephen on Future FM from a few weeks ago.

The Free Henry Fool Download EP

The Free Henry Fool Download EP comprises the video edit of Everyone In Sweden from Men Singing, two Steven Wilson mixed tracks from Henry Fool's long-deleted 2001 debut (the 25 time oddity Poppy Q and the song Heartattack), plus an exclusive unreleased piece, A Canterbury Scene. Download it for free here.

Men Singing

The second, all instrumental, Henry Fool album will be released on the Kscope label on 11th March 2013.

Men Singing was produced and arranged by Stephen Bennett and Tim Bowness, and was recorded between October 2006 and November 2012.

The album features Tim Bowness, Peter Chilvers, Phil Manzanera (Roxy Music / 801), Jarrod Gosling (I Monster / Regal Worm), Michael Bearpark, Stephen Bennett, Andrew Booker, Myke Clifford and Steve Bingham.

Men Singing will be released as a limited edition CD mini vinyl replica, a standard jewel case CD and a limited edition vinyl version.

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