Anathema’s Daniel Cavanagh reissues Monochrome with bonus tracks

Daniel Cavanagh
Daniel Cavanagh (Image credit: Danny Branscombe)

Anathema’s Daniel Cavanagh has reissued his 2017 solo album Monochrome with four bonus tracks through Kscope.

The new release is titled Monochrome/Colour and comes with two newly recorded acoustic versions of The Exorcist and The Silent Flight Of The Raven Winged Hours, along with the brand new tracks Found and Scandinavia.

Cavanagh says: “The album has a late night, candlelit feeling, evoking the light of dusk as the summer sun sinks below the horizon, setting the scene for thoughts and meditations that many people will relate to.

“A lot of this material could easily have made it on to the last Anathema album or any future album – that's how highly the band rate it. 

“There are several highlights: The Exorcist and The Silent Flight Of The Raven Winged Hours are among some of my best works of the last decade. Taking them from the band was not an easy decision but I am glad. They're so personal as to not need more input.”

Monochrome featured vocalist Anneke Van Giersbergen, while Anna Phoebe provided violin on three of the album tracks.

Monochrome/Colour is now available to purchase, with details available below.

Anathema will head out on tour across Europe throughout March, with their first show taking place in Glasgow on March 6.

Daniel Cavanagh: Monochrome/Colour

Daniel Cavanagh: Monochrome/Colour
Anathema's Daniel Cavanagh has reissued his 2017 solo album Monochrome with the new title Monochrome/Colour. It features acoustic reworkings of two tracks from the original record, along with two new songs.

Daniel Cavanagh: Monochrome/Colour
1. The Exorcist
2. This Music
3. Soho
4. The Silent Flight Of The Raven Winged Hours
5. Dawn
6. Oceans Of Time
7. Some Dreams Come True

Bonus Tracks 
8. The Exorcist (Acoustic)
9. The Silent Flight of the Raven Winged Hours (Acoustic)
10. Found
11. Scandinavia

Anathema We’re Here Because We’re Here 2020 European tour 
Mar 06: Glasgow St Luke’s Church, UK
Mar 07: London Palladium, UK
Mar 08: Paris Le Trianon, France
Mar 09: Rennes Antipode, France
Mar 10: Bilbao Santana27, Spain
Mar 11: Lisbon Cineteatro Capitolio, Portugal
Mar 13: Barcelona Apolo, Spain
Mar 14: Madrid BUT, Spain
Mar 16: Zurich X-Tra, Switzerland
Mar 18: Budapest Akvarium Klub, Hungary
Mar 19: Vienna Simm City, Austria
Mar 20: Hamburg Gruenspan, Germany
Mar 21: Eindhoven Prognosis Festival, Netherlands
Mar 22: Cologne Live Music Hall, Germany
Mar 23: Stuttgart Longhorn, Germany
Mar 24: Berlin Astra, Germany

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