See Neurosis Singer Steve Von Till's Majestic 'A Remote Wilderness' Concert Film | Revolver

See Neurosis Singer Steve Von Till's Majestic 'A Remote Wilderness' Concert Film

Full performance of 'No Wilderness Deep Enough' album previously seen only by Roadburn Redux viewers

In 2021, Neurosis guitarist-vocalist Steve Von Till performed his 2020 solo album, No Wilderness Deep Enough, in full along with several older acoustic cuts and spoken-word poetry for a special Roadburn Redux-exclusive performance dubbed "A Remote Wilderness." In anticipation of Von Till's upcoming summer 2022 tour, Revolver is proud to be premiering the entire concert film on our channel for the whole world to see.

Throughout the last couple months, we gave viewers previews — the stark and breathtaking "Indifferent Eyes" and the dynamically rich "The Old Straight Track" — and today (June 3rd) we've unveiled the full performance featuring Von Till and his cast of talented bandmates. From start to finish, it's a sonically gripping and emotionally piercing display of musicianship, songcraft and meaning, and you can watch it all unfold above via YouTube. 

In addition to the Von Till, who wrote the music and the lyrics, sings and plays both piano and guitar, the performance includes Dave French (synthesizer, percussion, guitar), cellist Lori Goldston (who performed live with Nirvana from 1993-1994), David Lutz (synthesizer), Eric Padget (french horn) and Oli Eshlemen (pedal steel). The audio was recorded by Chris Rahm at Robert Lang Studios in Seattle, Washington, on April 1st 2021, while Bobby Cochran handled videography, lighting and editing with assistance from Steven Dangerfield. The whole thing was mixed by Von Till and French, and the beautiful handwritten titles come courtesy of Niela Von Till. 

This summer,  fans throughout the U.S. will finally be able to witness these songs in-person during Von Till's upcoming solo tour. The 27-date run begins July 1st in Minneapolis and will hit both coasts of the country before concluding in Boise, ID, on August 16th. 

Von Till's band for the upcoming tour features cellist Helen Money — who will also be serving as support with her own solo set — French (synthesizer, guitar, percussion) and Sanford Parker (keyboards, synths). Tickets for the month-and-a-half long trek go on sale this Friday March 4th at 10 a.m. local time and will be available for purchase here. Check out the full tour routing below. 

Steve Von Till 2022 tour dates: 
07/01: Minneapolis, MN - Turf Club
07/02: Milwaukee, WI - Back Room at Colectivo
07/03: Chicago, IL - Empty Bottle
07/05: Detroit, MI - The Sanctuary
07/06: Columbus, OH - Rumba Cafe
07/07: Rochester, NY - Bug Jar
07/08: Boston, MA - Sinclair
07/09: Brooklyn, NY - TV Eye
07/11: Philadelphia, PA - Johnny Brenda's
07/12: Washington, DC - DC9
07/13: Carrboro, NC - Cat's Cradle - Back Room
07/15: Atlanta, GA - The Earl
07/16: New Orleans, LA - Gasa Gasa
07/17: Houston, TX - White Oak Music Hall
07/18: Austin, TX - The Ballroom
07/20: Denver, CO - Bluebird Theatre
07/22: Moran, WY - Fire in the Mountains
08/05: Spokane, WA - Lucky You Lounge
08/06: Seattle, WA - Neumos
08/07: Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios
08/09: Oakland, CA - Starline Social Club
08/10: San Jose, CA - The Ritz
08/11: Los Angeles, CA - Zebulon
08/12: San Diego, CA - Casbah
08/13: Tucson, AZ - Club Congress
08/15: Salt Lake City, UT - Urban Lounge
08/16: Boise, ID - Neurolux