Over the years, the music landscape has evolved into one of the most lucrative industries brimming with highly talented individuals and extremely creative souls. With the growing number of artists and musicians on the scene, it has become apparent that skills alone are no longer sufficient to establish a solid reputation and long-lasting legacy. As a matter of fact, only those who are passionate enough to create a meaningful impact with their songs and music can truly stand out. Such is the case with Cloud House, an emerging force that has been gaining traction because of its incredible artistry.
Heavily determined to share its music with the world, Cloud House believes in going the extra mile to create something that would resonate with listeners on a whole other level. As one of the foremost advocates of originality and authenticity, the band always makes it a point to incorporate its distinctive flair into its songs. In this way, it can distinguish itself from the rest of the players in the industry, proving that it has what it takes to land among the musical greats.
Hailing from Glasgow, Cloud House is recognized as one of the alternative pop/indie rock bands that have been making significant waves in the industry as of late. Taking pride in its Scottish roots, the band makes it a point to create music that is reflective of Scotland’s rich culture and practices. The group draws inspiration from artists like Biffy Clyro, Snow Patrol, Green Day, Inhaler, and Sam Fender. This is actually demonstrated through its distinctive, signature sound of catchy guitar riffs and raw, heartfelt lyrics.
Last 2021, Cloud House was able to reach many milestones in its journey. That year, the band released its debut EP, Days Changed, alongside a vinyl release for the same. Recently, it performed in front of a sold-out headline show at the King Tut’s Summer Nights Festival, which became a pivotal point for the emerging band. They also played with a fellow rising band called Cassia at St. Luke’s.
With its stellar performances and impressive flair, Cloud House has garnered loyal fans who cannot seem to get enough of the band’s releases. Even esteemed musical critics have sung nothing but praises for these talented musicians, with Clash magazine citing the band for a “genuinely impressive live set.” Furthermore, The Weekender named Cloud House “one to watch in 2022.”
Aside from Cloud House’s live performances, it has also captured the attention of the online community with its music videos and single releases on mainstream music streaming platforms. Currently, Cloud House is preparing for a number of higher-profile gigs and festival slots that is sure to leave a positive impact on the music industry.
Much can be expected from Cloud House as it continues to elevate the Scottish music scene. The band is now booked on multiple sold-out shows and festivals across the United Kingdom with high-profile events such as supporting The Luka State on their EU tour and preparations for their biggest headline show to date at Stereo, Glasgow, which will be held on the 30th of July.
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