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Heartattack in a Layby is the tenth song on Porcupine Tree's seventh studio album In Absentia.

In September 2011 Wilson declared on his Facebook-page that Heartattack In A Layby is one of the 20 songs he's most proud of during his career.

Under a Blackfield-interview Wilson got the following question: "…I know you don’t really want to talk about Porcupine Tree right now, but I have to ask you about my favorite song of yours, “Heartattack In… read more

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  • Avatar for Lyana_M
    Wonderful song!! The piece of pure art and very emotive!
  • Avatar for LucasMedeiroos
    This song ranks high on my list of the saddest songs I've ever heard, so much so that I don't listen to it all that often. Nevertheless, it's still a hauntingly beautiful song and probably one of the most emotionally-jarring songs Steven Wilson's ever written. Those layered vocals are out of this world. [4]
  • Avatar for jpeiper
    So very sad. And so very excellent.
  • Avatar for burningcolors
    "In September 2011 Wilson declared on his Facebook-page that Heartattack In A Layby is one of the 20 songs he’s most proud of during his career." Good. He should.
  • Avatar for kaldoreis
    this band is amazing
  • Avatar for AnsOnkruid
    This song gives me so many feels. So sad, so beautiful.
  • Avatar for Assedor
    This deep and rich music envelops into the atmospheric state of mind and plunges in ambiguous concepts with enormous of interpretations.
  • Avatar for Listener365
    I feel something dying in me, when I hear this song. Great Song
  • Avatar for phcapricorn
    Bliss
  • Avatar for Ennish
    This song ranks high on my list of the saddest songs I've ever heard, so much so that I don't listen to it all that often. Nevertheless, it's still a hauntingly beautiful song and probably one of the most emotionally-jarring songs Steven Wilson's ever written. Those layered vocals are out of this world. [3]

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