2015-04-02T09:21:00-04:00 2015-04-02T09:51:43-04:00

Scattered Clouds make a post-apocalyptic debut with "Enchanteresse"

You should know the name Scattered Clouds. Not because they're from rural Quebec, Canada, but because of their recent debut of a track called "Enchanteresse", which is so dark and distorted, it's making bands like Viet Cong sweat a little.

Despite the fact that the visual counterpart to the tune might be one of the most transfixing collage-like displays that I've seen in a while, "Enchanteresse" (the lead single off of The First Empire, Scattered Clouds' debut LP) as a sonic offering is both explosive and emotive in its demeanour.

While I'm talking about the post-rock tension heard in each burst of blown out guitar, I'm also talking about the complimentary visual obsession with "self-abasement", as found footage artist Mike Dubue describes. The song and video both tell a story of deterioration, self-reflexivity, and internal tension, leaving us to wonder just how much darker The First Empire in its entirety can get.

The First Empire is set to be released on April 21/15 via E-Tron Records. The threesome also have a few upcoming Canadian tour dates. See below for the full list of gigs.

April 23 - TORONTO, ON - The Piston
April 24 - GUELPH, ON - E-Bar
April 25 - WINDSOR, ON - Phog Lounge
April 26 - HAMILTON, ON - The Baltimore Lounge
May 02 - OTTAWA, ON - The Record Centre
May 07 - TORONTO, ON - CMW
May 23 - HULL, QC - Le Temporaire
May 28 - MONTREAL, QC - Casa Del Popolo


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