The debut album

In Chances of Light is the debut album from I'Anson, evoking one man's relationship with a wild and immutable landscape - the Isle of Jura in Scotland.

Written, performed and produced by Hugh Carswell, the album also features Steve Jansen (ex Japan, David Sylvian) playing drums & percussion, Dudley Phillips (Robert Wyatt, Mark Knopfler, Amy Winehouse) playing double and electric bass, and one of the world's finest contemporary string orchestras, the Scottish Ensemble.

The album was recorded and mixed at Hugh's studio in Jura, with additional recording sessions at David Sylvian's Samadhi Sound in New Hampshire, The Caird Hall in Dundee, The Bunker in Letchworth and Air Edel in London. It was mastered by Tony Cousins at Metropolis, London.