Music Break: Revisit Cloud Cult in Concert and Conversation
Originally Aired: Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Photo courtesy of the artists
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Watch an encore video stream of celebrated indie rock band Cloud Cult in one of their most intimate performances, recorded live on our stage in November 2018.
Host Dawn Gross of KALW interviewed lead singer Craig Minowa, covering topics of love, loss and more. This event was presented as part of Reimagine End of Life, a city-wide conversation about living and dying through art, experience and design.
Watch a video stream on this page at 1pm ET:
About Cloud Cult:
Cloud Cult has a more than two-decade long career and have remained staunchly independent throughout, finding success on their own terms and earning critical praise over the years including recent features by NPR’s On Being, Entertainment Weekly and KCRW for their latest studio album and feature-length film The Seeker, which stars Josh Radnor and Alex McKenna. The powerful emotional journey that this album and film take you on fits perfectly into Cloud Cult’s extensive catalogue that includes nine other full-length studio albums, Unplug – a live album and film, No One Said It Would Be Easy – a documentary film and Stories From the Road – a series of short films. The common thread through what Cloud Cult does as a creative collective is their uplifting message, continual celebration of life and love and catharsis through music.
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