All songs by Daniel Cavanagh
except ‘The Storm Before the Calm’ by John Douglas
Musical direction, composition & arrangement - Vincent Cavanagh
Produced, engineered and mixed by Christer-André Cederberg co-produced by Vincent & Daniel Cavanagh
Additional recording engineer Andrea Wright
Recorded at Parr Street Studios - Liverpool, Aerial Studios, Wrexham and at Christer’s place, Oslo.
Mixed at Christer’s place. Mastered by Chris Sansom at Propeller mastering Oslo
All string arrangements by Dave Stewart except The Storm Before the Calm, String arrangement by Vincent Cavanagh & Dave Stewart
Performed by the London Session Orchestra. Leader: Perry Montague-Mason. Session fixer: Isobel Griffiths
Strings produced by Dave Stewart, recorded by Steve Price at Angel Studios, London
Art, design and layout by Vincent Cavanagh & Sarah Derat, assisted by Scott at Kscope
Band photo by Rod Maurice for Le-HibOO
Photos reproduced courtesy of the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration
Management: Andy Leff & Alx Leeks for Acme Music
US Bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org
Anathema plays PRS and Amfisound guitars and D’Addario strings. John Douglas plays Istanbul Mehmet cymbals
Experience on ‘Internal landscapes’ recounted by Joe Geraci
Thanks to our live musicians Jamie Cavanagh and Daniel Cardoso. Thanks also to everyone who helped us during the making of this album including Christer-André Cederberg, Alx and Andy at Acme, Tony, Johnny, Tom and Linn at Kscope, Derek, Jenni and Josh at The Agency Group, Andrea and all at Parr Street, Dave and all at Aerial, Veronica Rath, Sarah Derat, Rob Leeks, Rod Maurice, Andreas, Shawn, Connie, Suzy and all at The End Records, Hugh Gilmartin and all at D’Addario, Chris Sansom, Kenneth Ring, Joe Geraci, James, Zac and all at Division, Ian Bond, Alan ‘Tonto’ Jhowry, Arjan Rijnen, Dave Salt, Paul Collis, Petter Carlsen, Wetle Holte, Tomi and all at Amfisound, Winn and all at PRS, Ellen and Sander Gerritsen.
Special thanks to all our fans and all those who continue to support the band in so many ways.
Very special thanks to Les Smith for his dedication and friendship over the years.
Internal landscapes is dedicated to William Cavanagh.
“I was always there, and I will always be there..”