Out of the Tunnel's Mouth is an album by musician Steve Hackett. It is his first album on his new label Wolfwork after leaving his previous label Camino. The album was announced on 30 October 2009 for sale via his website and live shows.
In April 2010, InsideOut Music released a 2-CD Special Edition with disc one containing the original album and disc two containing 5 live tracks and a new studio track. The live tracks were recorded live in Italy in March 2009. These include a live version of "Firth of Fifth", complete with Roger King playing the original piano intro.
"Last Train to Istanbul" shows influences from Turkey. Chris Squire makes appearances on "Fire on the Moon" and "Nomads". Nick Beggs provides bass and Chapman Stick for the remaining songs. An additional guest is founding Genesis guitarist Anthony Phillips on "Emerald and Ash" and "Sleepers".