Scattered Clouds’ The First Empire [video]

Scattered Clouds’ The First Empire [video]

The latest from Scattered Clouds. Watch the video for their song “The First Empire” via the Decoder premiere or at Youtube below!

Set in a near post-apocalyptic dystopian future, the video for the sixth and last track of Scattered Clouds’ debut album explores themes of colonialism, death, revenge and supernatural powers. The 7min short film evokes the cinematic curve and industrial rhythm of ‘The First Empire’.  It was cut and edited from scenes of Norman D. Wells’ 1967 sci-fi movie “Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women” (also known as the Soviet movie “Planeta Bur”) by multi-disciplinary artist, HILOTRONS frontman, and band member Mike Dubue.

so dark and distorted, it’s making bands like Viet Cong sweat a little.” – Earmilk
The First Empire guides the listener on a intriguing, and at times terrifying, sonic journey.” – Exclaim!
“If the characters in the Black Lodge of Twin Peaks formed a band, it would sound like Scattered Clouds.” – Silent Shout

The Hull, Quebec band’s first full length record “The First Empire”, came out April 21st on E-Tron Records.

Links: f // s // w // 1sheet

Previous post
Westkust stream new single "Dishwasher" debut Last Forever due out 7/7 via Run For Cover
Next post
Jeff the Brotherhood: heavy pop garage Nashville!
Back
SHARE

Scattered Clouds’ The First Empire [video]