Peter Trewavas is an English musician, mostly known as the man behind the four strings for the most commercially successful neo-progressive rock band to ever exist: MARILLION. Although still a full member of MARILLION, Trewavas is also a member of the progressive rock supergroup, TRANSATLANTIC and he co-founded another group called KINO in 2004, with John Mitchell (Arena), John Beck (It Bites) and Chris Maitland (ex-Porcupine Tree). KINO released their debut album Picture in February 2005, and after 13 years they are now coming back to the musical landscape, reforming the band with Craig Blundell replacing Chris Maitland on drums and with a sophomore effort entitled Radio Voltaire, due for release on 23rd March 2018.
Author and contributor Austin Kokel spoke to Pete for over 30 minutes, covering a vast myriad of topics, ranging from the recent MARILLION show at the famed Royal Albert Hall to details of the recording of the upcoming KINO album, and the chance for the band to play live in the future. You can hear the whole interview audio in the link below.