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April 5th, 5:39 pm


Happy Sunday everyone. Stay home and stay safe. With love from h, Ian, Mark, Pete and Steve. (And the dogs) ... See moreSee less

Happy Sunday everyone. Stay home and stay safe. With love from h, Ian, Mark, Pete and Steve. (And the dogs)


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Thank you all for staying at home... I know it's boring but doing this sends a good message, as a now suffering this feckin shite virus. Stay safe guys and your family too of course!! Xx

Happy sunday!!! Lots of love from Argentina!πŸ’–

Happy Sunday to you all from the heart ❀️ of New York City!

Somebody told me, to avoid getting Covid-19 you need to buy toilet rolls, so we now have a house full. Not sure what to do with them though as I can't get to the fridge.

Thank you guys. Love you all 😍❀️😍Stay safe. 😘😘😘😘😘 (and the dogs too)

Made my day! Thank you. Stay safe gents and families. Xoxo

One might almost be able to imagine that these photos were taken in different areas of the same yard, and our boys in fact all live together in one big house, sort of like the Monkees! Bet you’d love that, eh Lucy?😜

Stay safe πŸ™πŸŒΈ Listening to Marillion music To help moral in this stay at home times . From Sherbrooke, QuΓ©bec

Glad you all had a nice sunny day, we didnt see the sun at all :(

LOVED the live Marquee "gig" on the new "Script" DELUXE release! Looking forward to more as we go forward!

Happy sunday. Stay home, stay safe, stay calm, have faith...

Love the regular pictorals of the guys. It reminds us that we are all one together if apart. They also reassure that everyone is well.

Listening to your version of Kayleigh right now on Pandora. Happy Sunday!

"At the moment, the band members are busy at home working safely on the next record". Now THIS is exactly how I pictured the situation in my mind ! ;-) Stay safe guys !

Love this, and so good that you're enjoying a sunny sunday, the sun helps a lot to feel better! distance greetings from Cancun, Mexico!

Enjoy the Sunday...and make music in your minds and soul... Regards from San Pedro de la Paz, Chile

Happy Sunday from rainy California!

Hugs from Holland. Stay safe too.

Always in my heart and in my ears, expecially in this sad moment. Looking forward to listen to new record ❀️

Lovely to see you all. Stay safe...xxx

Love from Italy. Thank you for your support.

What a lovely picture of you all, seperately together!πŸ™‚

Happy sunday guys from Chile, and stay alive

Happy sunday, and stay at home!!!

happy to see you all safe!

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April 4th, 10:28 pm


Huge round of applause for Joe and Shirley Ann Savoie from the USA who took their quarantine to the extreme to recreate the cover of Script For A Jesters Tear in their home:) ... See moreSee less

Huge round of applause for Joe and Shirley Ann Savoie from the USA who took their quarantine to the extreme to recreate the cover of Script For A Jesters Tear in their home:)


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Still amazing:)

Prog check this out

Very well done!... As a retired Music Therapist I applaud anyone who channels any energies into something positive, productive, and constructive... You have conducted your own "Music Therapy" (I'll throw in Art Therapy too) session and the result is just that: "therapeutic" (for me, as well, in that my reaction was astonishment at your re-creation)... "positive" (in that it gave us fans [and the band I'm sure] something to make us smile and uplift our spirits during this "phenomenon" we're all going through, and to offset the negativity the media and the "social media" bestow upon us)... "productive", and "constructive" (in that you clearly went to significant effort to replicate the "Script" cover)... KUDOS, BRAVO, EXCELSIOR!!

Fantastic πŸ‘

This HAS TO be my favourite album artwork of all time. And I'm quite impressed by the recreation :) Kudos!

Fantastic. Love this. Although you might have tried harder at the cock shaped pillow πŸ˜‰

I think this is incredible. Some very talented people in our family ❀️

Wow, that is next level boredom πŸ˜ƒ

This is spectacular!! Good show.

Well done fantastic.

So very cool!! Love it! 😍

Well Done! Now its time to recreate Fugazi πŸ˜‚

Brilliantly done!

Now that... Is skills. Well done


This is really unbelievable! Wow

Amazing πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»βœ¨

im not sure if i was 10 or 11. The cover blows me away. Thanks for the painting

A blast! Bravo !

This is so cool!!! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

Joe Savoie awesome shout out cuz!

Love it.

Awsome if I took a photo of my life just now it would probably look like the the cover of fugazi well done

So biutifull, ma jeunesse πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸŒΉπŸŒΉπŸŒΉ Thank you

That should be used as the cover for a future anniversary remaster re-release. πŸ₯³πŸ‘πŸ‘

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April 2nd, 4:41 pm


Ian has forgotten how to spell ...... ... See moreSee less

Ian has forgotten how to spell ......


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The isolation has gotten to ian and he has finally lost his marbles..he thinks he's an uninvited guest in a pub called the rakes progress I will have a bottle of memory du water unless you have some real tears for sale ....for starters I will have some gazpacho . Main course will be a side of surf and turf babe. For desert I will have some fruit of the wild rose. ...I like it here it's a fantastic place.

Looks like h is safe as lyric writer in chief!

It’s a good thing β€œIan” is easy to spell.

"Hmm...what was the name of this tiny band from Aylesbury?" ;-)

I knew it! He is leaving and forming a tribute band!

Good drummer you are My friend and keep well Ian Mosley

He’s just (drum) rolling his R’s. Or he’s become a pirate.

Seriously? He should know how to spell Marillion, since he wears their t-shirts during concerts. 😁

Not that it is to be worried about, but didn't you know you have branches, sticks and dried flowers coming out of your head?

Guest artist on new album #johnnyfuckinmarr

Might be the Scottish edition with a double and rrrolling "r" 🀣

As long as he hasn’t forgotten how to drum....

Hi Marillion fans don’t eat meat for one year carnivore - carnivorous we will live through this until next year.

He’s only been in the band for 36 years. Give him time. He’ll get it.

In fairness, many drummers don't get beyond "beer", "sex" and "fight". Consider yourselves very lucky.

Adding an extra R and saying the word a bit like a pirate isnt that somewhat like a rural accent the folk from Aylesbury have just saying ?

"Forgotten Consonants", Marillion's newest song...

Mmmm! Hi do you spell 70,s drum πŸ₯ solo? πŸ‘πŸ»β€οΈπŸŽΌπŸŽΌ

That’s OK he communicates with cymbals

It simply doesn't work without sunglasses !

That looks like a manuscript for a book! Memoirs? Please say yes!

Your spelling seems to be marred...

So that's what he looks like without shades!

where do u live? england?

Now what was it again ? LRLR or was it LLRR ?

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