The 70-year-old star has described his newest file, ‘Beneath a Mediterranean Sky’, as a “travelogue”, and has revealed the inspirations at the back of his music.
Discussing the album, Steve shared: “I correct esteem the idea of an imaginary hurry that recalls all the opposite actual journeys that I had made.
“It be a travelogue, a musical diary perhaps, however it is also a dream til we’re able to absolutely engage with the realm again.”
Asked about his favourite place to visit in the Mediterranean, Steve told Prog magazine: “Italy is a astronomical favourite. I’ve toured there more probably than any other region in the Mediterranean, however then I did masses of gigs in France, Spain, clearly, I esteem it for its music and architecture and all the relaxation.
“Greece, I’ve travelled to more in contemporary years. I haven’t played there, however I’ve shot a video or two there. It be a vastly mystical place.
“Pompeii, which I’ve visited many instances, was the inspiration for the track ‘Casa Del Fauno.”
Steve was tantalizing to enact one thing a bit totally different with his new album.
And the veteran musician feels that if he loses the appetite to envision out one thing new, he “may as smartly throw in the towel”.
Reflecting on his approach to the file, Steve – who first rose to prominence as part of Genesis in the 1970s – said: “Principles are meant to be broken.
“When you happen to don’t break the ideas in music, you may as smartly throw in the towel.”