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  • Gary Numan
  • June 5, 2021

Intruder

Intruder, the latest Gary Numan studio album, is now out. Produced by Ade Fenton once again the album is available in various formats from the official Numan Store here: https://garynuman.tmstor.es  

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  • Gary Numan
  • October 16, 2020

Win A Rare Savage ‘White Label’ Test Pressing (Signed)

I’m giving away a rare signed white label test pressing (two discs, both signed) of my Savage album. For the chance to win, pre-order my new book (R)evolution with W H Smith and then enter your details here. To enter for the chance to win you must be a resident of England, Scotland or Wales …

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  • Gary Numan
  • March 26, 2020

Cruel World Festival Postponed

The Cruel World Festival that we were due to play on May 2nd in Los Angeles has been postponed due to the CoronaVirus pandemic. The new date is now optimistically scheduled for September 12th. I don’t know what the new line-up of bands will be, or if it will change at all, but no doubt …

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  • Gary Numan
  • October 16, 2020

(R)evolution. The New Autobiography

My new autobiography (R)evolution will be published on October 22nd, 2020. Whereas the previous book, Praying To The Aliens, only went as far as the late 90’s, (R)evolution brings everything completely up to date, including work on the new Intruder album and Covid-19. At around 145,000 words it’s quite a read. All copies bought through …

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  • Gary Numan
  • March 18, 2020

New Autobiography

I’m working on a new autobiography with ghost writer James Hogg. The book has no title at the moment but is scheduled for publication in September with the Little, Brown Book Group. James spent a few days with us here in Los Angeles recently to gather content for the book. This will not be an …

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  • Gary Numan
  • March 18, 2020

Ghost Nation (Patreon)

My Patreon membership project, called Ghost Nation, has now been running for about six months. Thank you so much to everyone that’s signed up for that and for your patience as I stumbled along for a while, especially in the first few months. I’m pleased with how it’s going now although, as I suspected, it’s …

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