Guest vocals on I Love You by Samuel Jakob. Growl on Electric by Richard Sjunnesson. The Doctor on Breathe is done by Monte Reid. Keyboards on I Love You by Ulf Magnusson and Anna Göras. Keyboards on Silence by Johan Ekelund Stenbjelke. Other keyboards by Marcus Hanser.
Strings on Breathe, Everlasting and Anysim arranged by Anna-Karin Klockar, performed by Elisabeth Lagergren and Marika Erlandsson. Strings on Leave It All Behind arranged, performed and recorded by Leif Göras.
Vocals and strings recorded by Tomas Agnas in Falun. Guitars recorded by Glenn Jönefors at Orsa Inspelningsmän. The growl of Sjunnesson was recorded by Mikael Sällström. Jakob Samuel laid down his tracks at home, just as Elias and “Machine”. The music on this album was created and produced between 2009 and 2018 during we never met.
Mixed by Pontus Frisk, Ninetone Group. Mastered by Henke Jonsson, Masters of Audio. Produced by Marcus Hanser.
Cover photo by Ryan Garrison. Band photos by Andreas von Gegerfeldt. Stylist Linda Jägerfelt.
The Nerved logotype was created by John Bark and is a registered trademark to Klädskolan AB. Creative Director Anna Romson. Final art Leif Blondell.
Special thanks to Leif Blondell, Mårten Levin, Krister Lindholm, Amrit Daniel Forss, Ryan Garrison, Anders Galos, Runar Gustafsson at Siljans Chark, John F Swartling, Johan Ekelund Stiernbielke, Erik L Post, Krister Insulander, Anna Romson and Marianne Djudic. Last but certainly not least Niklas Bäck for patience, support and enthusiasm. And of course Görel Hanser.
Freedom witten by Marcus Hanser and Petra Kvännå. Silence by Marcus Hanser and Johan Ekelund Sten¬¬bjelke. I Love You by Marcus Hanser and Ulf Magnusson. Electric by Dag Volle, Max Martin, Herbie Crichlow, Leila K, Christopher Barbosa and Edward Chisolm. Other songs by Marcus Hanser. All songs published by MMS Publishing, except Electric published by Shapiro Bernstein Co Ltd, Cheiron Songs and Megasong Publishing.
© 2018 MMS Records & Punch Communications. All Rights Reserved.
Joachim "Kim" Björkegren
Joacim "Machine" Brunnberg