1. I Came Before the Water (pt. I)
2. Too Many Years
3. Clear Clearer
4. Sleeping Pills
5. Libretto Horror
6. Lighthouse (feat. Mariusz Duda)
7. Harmony
8. Matches
9. Belighted
10. Chalk And Coal
11. I Came Before the Water (pt. II)
12. Post Scriptum


The brand new studio album Lighthouse from Russian progressive duo Iamthemorning is OUT NOW

Lighthouse is the follow up to the band’s 2014 album Belighted and features guests Gavin Harrison (Porcupine Tree, King Crimson), Colin Edwin (Porcupine Tree) & Mariusz Duda (Riverside, Lunatic Soul), Mixed By Marcel Van Limbeek (Tori Amos).

Formed in 2010 in St Petersburg Russia, Iamthemorning features pianist Gleb Kolyadin and the charismatic vocals of Marjana Semkina. The band self released their debut album in 2012 before signing to Kscope and releasing Belighted, their first record for the label in September 2014. In 2015 they toured Europe with labels mates, the art-progressive outfit Gazpacho last year.

As with ‘Belighted’, the engineering and mixing on Lighthouse is handled by Marcel van Limbeek (Tori Amos) with the team of great engineers (Vlad Avy, Gianluca Capacchione, Neil Pickles) and self produced by Gleb and Marjana. The album also features guest musicians Gavin Harrison (Porcupine Tree, King Crimson) on drums, Colin Edwin (Porcupine Tree) on bass and additional vocals on the album’s title track by Mariusz Duda (Lunatic Soul, Riverside).

Lighthouse is a rich and eclectic album, with echoes of classical music, the Canterbury scene, northern folk, jazz and electronic sounds. Featuring a story of the progression of mental illness, the album takes the listener through the stages with the story’s central character, her attempts to fight it, temporal remission leading to a final breakdown. Lyrically, the works and lives of Virginia Woolf and Sylvia Plath inspire the album.

Recorded across London, Moscow & St Petersburg, the core instrument of the band, the grand piano, was recorded in Mosfilm Studios Moscow, the largest and oldest studios in Russia. Founded in 1920, Mosfilm is renowned for recording orchestras for soundtracks for the most famous Soviet-era films, including works by Tarkovsky and Eisenstein.

The album artwork for Lighthouse was created by watercolour artist Constantine Nagishkin who the band have previously collaborated with.

“St Petersburg duo cast a shining light on Russian prog”
Prog Magazine


Press quotes for Lighthouse

“reflects the human condition with stunning accuracy both lyrically and musically, making it a timeless work of art.”

“Lavish, abundantly inspired, and desperately good in every respect… …made for those who crave expression, beauty, and emotional power.”
10/10 The PROG Mind

“destined to be a classic of modern music, regardless of the genre.”

“Lighthouse is truly a fascinating, honest and truly impassioned portrayal of the convoluted quest in cognisance of emotion.”
The Metalist.net

“A classic in the making, this is a towering achievement on every level”
Echoes & Dust

“…perfectly mixed…a sound storm that bewitches the listener with the expressive voice of Marjana Semkina.” 

Footage by Andrey Sytov, video editing by Nik Koniwzski