Not all that long ago, I noted how Cloud Cult‘s music was a phenomenon in and of itself, a movement of cosmic proportions, and an overall championing of positive energy. They had just released their DVD, No One Said It Would Be Easy. Well, the atypical group is back with a new album, a reissue of two early LPs, They Live On The Sun and Aurora Borealis. Out today, the double LP features 26 tracks of early Cloud Cult.
States the band’s website about the double reissue:
Lead singer/songwriter Craig Minowa created the albums during an 18 month long stint of seclusion at his Northern Minnesota organic farm after his two-year-old son passed away unexpectedly in 2002
The albums, which have been remastered and remixed with a few bonus tracks, will for the first time be available at a national level. For more information, visit the Cloud Cult website.
Cloud Cult: And It’s Good (Stream)
Cloud Cult: Breakfast With My Shadow (Stream)
Cloud Cult: It (Stream)