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Dreaming Light, the single is available digitally now along with Engineers new remix of the track Universal and the video by award winning director, Christopher Kenworthy.

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Dreaming Light

Dreaming Light is the second single to be lifted from last year's album, We're Here Because We're Here. Awarded Classic Rock’s 'Prog Album of the Year'in 2010, as well as a host of other accolades, the album was the band's first collection of new material band since the 2003 album, A Natural Disaster. A multi-coloured, multi-layered work of unbridled emotion, passion, and intensity, the new album was embraced by their legions of fans and the worldwide press. We're Here Because We're Here was mixed by Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree), who described it as “definitely among the best albums I've ever had the pleasure to work on.”

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Danny and Vincent from the band have just returned from the USA & Canada with Steven Wilson's Blackfield where they were performing special acoustic Anathema sets and receiving rave reviews. This summer the full band is also playing some club shows and appearing as Special Guests to Dream Theater in Europe and headlining with Anneke Van Giersbergen in Latin America:
4th July at Ippodromo Capanelle, Rome, Italy (Special Guests to Dream Theater)
5th July at Villafranca Castle, Verona, Italy (Special Guests to Dream Theater)
6th July at Komplex 457, Zurich, Switzerland (Special Guests to Dream Theater)
7th July at Colossal, Aschaffenburg, Germany (headline Anathema show)
8th July at Atak, Enschede, The Netherlands (headline Anathema show)
10th July at P60, Amstelveen, The Netherlands (headline Anathema show)
26th July at Circo Volador, DF, Mexico (with Anneke Van Giersbergen)
28th July at Teatro Colegiales, Buenos Aires, Argentina (with Anneke Van Giersbergen)
31st July at Teatro Caupolican, Santiago, Chile (with Anneke Van Giersbergen)


Anathema will also be performing at a host of festivals this summer including Wave Gotik (Germany) June 10th, Hellfest (France) June 19th, Night of the Prog Festival (Germany) July 9th, High Voltage Festival (London) July 23rd, Vagos Open Air (Portugal) August 5th and Brutal Assault (Czech Rep) August 13th.

To buy tickets for all shows please visit www.anathema.ws/tour