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Innerland (Large Scale Version)

by Mark Peters

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    CD of the expanded version of the debut solo album by Mark Peters (Engineers co-founder/songwriter and Ulrich Schnauss collaborator). Comes in a cardboard mini-LP sleeve.

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    Limited-edition white vinyl re-press of the hugely acclaimed debut solo recordings by Mark Peters (Engineers co-founder/songwriter and Ulrich Schnauss collaborator).

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about

‘Innerland’ is the first ever solo album by Engineers co-founder/songwriter and Ulrich Schnauss collaborator Mark Peters. It was originally released as a limited-edition cassette late last year, but it sold out immediately through word of mouth and the backing of BBC Radio 6 Music’s Lauren Laverne, Uncut magazine and Caught By The River, whose Robin Turner said it was “impossibly beautiful, evoking a bird’s-eye view of its own landscape, one untarnished by the blots and the palettes and the Tescos of the real world”.

It has now been relandscaped into a larger-scale, eight-track album and will get a full release on vinyl, CD and digital on April 20.

A collection of instrumentals, with nods to Brian Eno, Talk Talk, Richard Thompson, Vini Reilly and Felt’s Maurice Deebank, ‘Innerland’ highlights Mark’s incredible musicianship, positioning his guitar rather than his voice as the focal point of the music. It also finds him reconnecting with his youth and rediscovering a sense of place, following a move back home to northwest England two years ago, with all the songs named after local places and landmarks.

credits

released April 20, 2018

All songs written, produced and mixed by Mark Peters
Harmonica on Windy Arbour by Craig Sergeant
Drums on May Mill and Ashurst’s Beacon by Matthew Linley
Design by Marc Jones
Thanks to Lorna Sergeant, Andy Burke, Nathaniel Cramp and Dave Potter

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Mark Peters Wigan, UK

Engineers songwriter and co-founder; Ulrich Schnauss collaborator.

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