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Cloud - Cars & It's Autumn


Cars & It's Autumn

Audio Antihero

Released: 2nd December 2013 | 2 track indie rock single

Second single taken from the well received debut album by NY's Cloud on Audio Antihero records. Debut album Comfort Songs scored rave reviews from Pitchfork, Drowned In Sound (8/10), Contact Music (10/10) and airplay from the BBC Radio 6 Music (Tom Ravenscroft and Tom Robinson), FM4 (Robert Rotifer) and XFM (John Kennedy).

Radio Support: BBC 6 Music (Tom Ravenscroft/Tom Robinson) / XFM (John Kennedy) / FM4 (Robert Rotifer) / The Waiting Room / Dandelion Radio / WPRB / Amazing Radio (Gill Mills/Simon Raymonde)

Press: Astoundingly accomplished. - Pitchfork Cloud know their way around a pop song, and for all of the album's off-beat charms, and occasionally hard-to-grasp content, it's a true pop heart which can be found at the centre of every song that helps to make this such a rewarding listen - 8/10. - Drowned In Sound A great record. - Tom Ravenscroft (BBC 6 Music)

Comfort Songs holds a strong claim as one of best albums under the ill-defined umbrella of 'indie-rock' that has been released in the last decade or so - 10/10. - Contact Music Emerging 21 year old singer/producer Cloud forges a rich, heartening sound around a passionate vocal, dressing his narratives in shimmering instrumentation, like Conor Oberst in the throes of an obsession with psychedelia. - Rough Trade & The Guardian

Excellent. - Tom Robinson (BBC 6 Music) Immediately one of my favourite albums of the year. - Sonic Reverie I love this... - Simon Raymonde (Amazing Radio/Bella Union)

Mainman Tyler Taormina veers through emotions and narratives over the convention-blurring full-length, crooning of love and life and fear and anger over a stunning backdrop of fuzzy guitars, shuffling rhythms and clarion brass. It's a record sodden with heavyweight feeling that gets you right inside the inner machinations of a troubled soul; it's simultaneously heartbreaking and fascinating. - Bearded Magazine