Someone is attempting to break your with his latest release “Flowers (The Retaliation)”! Harry Heart binds together personal painful experiences and unleashes all his emotions within this deeply powerful track. The track is an insight into the often tormented world great artists live in but Heart explains that pain can “fuel great music”.
Last month, we had the chance to premiere San Diego-based project Small Culture and the video for the Sigur Ros-inspired “Touslee”. Now, as promised, the band is getting ready to release his self-titled debut EP on June 2, on iTunes. But guess what, you can stream their 5-track EP in exclusivity on HighClouds! If you are fans of The Postal Service, Sylvan Esso or Radiohead, you should definitely check on them!
You’re probably always looking for new tunes to play while driving with the windows down and today, HighClouds is happy to show you guys this little PLVTINUM‘s track we came across called “While We Have The Time” that fits into this category perfectly.
When a track captures your attention in the first ten seconds, you keep listening. Sleeper‘s vocals did just the trick here, with new track “Follow” from New York rising producer Lucian. The producer has amassed over 5 million plays on Soundcloud thanks to a string of critically acclaimed remixes and original tracks and this new track is definitely one of them!
One can only imagine the possibilities of what a music video for songs by a psychedelic rock band could include. As seen in the release of a video for “Benzin”, by Brazilian group Boogarins, it looks like they’ve decided to go the beautiful humans-interacting-with-nature route. The breezy-sounding track accompanies a Cléver Cardoso-directed video filled with various shots of powerful waterfalls, dreamy-looking plains of grass, and chiseled canyons, scenes from mystical looking environment of Veadeiros.
I haven’t heard of Willco before, but his flip of William Singe‘s cover of “Love Yourself” will definitely put this Perth-based young producer on your radar. The track smoothly combines Singe‘s original R&aB infused cover with Willco‘s taste for the current future-inspired trends in electronic music. Hollow snaps accompany the vocals before escalating into a full-blown, future bass solo with whompy synths. The two styles alternate well, surprisingly!