Marillion frontman Steve Hogarth on the inspiration for the band's new album An Hour Before It’s Dark, working with choirs, and 33 years as the new boy. He joined British progressive rock superstars Marillion in 1989, and yet to many people Steve Hogarth is still the ‘new boy’. With the band’s latest album An Hour Before It’s Dark just released, he talks about spending half his life in the group, and tackling climate change and the pandemic in lyric form when you’re really trying to steer clear of it.
Marillion singer Steve Hogarth has been updating fans on their band's forthcoming album An Hour Before It's Dark. The band recently announced the title of their upcoming nineteenth studio album, with one lucky fan who guessed the title from a simple acronym winning tickets to every gig on the band's upcoming A Light At The End Of The Tiunnel tour.