Immediate download of 8-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
Buy the beautifully designed and packaged digipack CD copy of Voyage, released by Hibernate Records in a run of 200. Hibernate have sold out but there are just a few copies left directly from Spheruleus
Includes immediate download of 8-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
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“After Under The Spire released my work as a limited edition CD issue, I was desperate to get another physical release under my belt. Before Frozen Quarters was released, I got talking to Jonathan from Hibernate and he agreed to release some of my work. I had lots of time to get the details just right and also, the sleek digi-pack format meant that there was greater scope for artwork to reflect my chosen theme. I decided that the theme needed to be bold. I had some rough sketches in place and began to consider what the album’s concept would be. I was daydreaming one evening with the TV on in the background and I noticed that a documentary about ships was on. I was hooked on all things boats, ships and the ocean and before long, Voyage was born – the tale of a fictitious sinking ship disaster. At that point much of my discography had been quite delicate and lightweight – I worked hard to give Voyage an air of atmosphere and power whilst not going over the top. A key figure was photographer Richard Outram who took several images around the Anglesey coast. I knew what I wanted for the front cover but struggled to describe it accurately and Richard worked hard to get it, with the eventual cover artwork being exactly what I was after. I was also in contact with Russian composer Alex Tiuniaev who kindly provided piano for Clouds Swarm and She Sinks.”
released 07 October 2011
Written and produced by Harry Towell
Piano on tracks 3 and 5 by Alex Tiuniaev
Mastered by Rudi Arapahoe
Front and back cover photography by Richard Outram
Inner photography by Daniel Crossley
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