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No One Said It Would Be Easy

9 Mar

Very few things actually cause me to blog immediately.  Sometimes I have things in my head that just take a while to get out… or I sit on it out of pure laziness/procrastination.   This, however, requires an immediate post.

At the end of 2008, Cloud Cult‘s Teapartying Through Tornadoes was on two of Cake In 15 staffer’s top 10 lists – and with good reason.  Cloud Cult is a band that from the very first time you see them, you’re inspired.  You feel it.  It’s not just the music.  It’s similar to what I felt the first time I saw The Polyphonic Spree.  It’s a joy, a bliss, an uncovered feeling of contentment.  I don’t know where it comes from or why it happens, but it does.  It makes me eager to see this band in action.  Eager to play the music so I can get a taste of what will be the next time I have the chance to see the music come to life in front of me.

Soon, Cloud Cult releases their first DVD.  It’s a documentary, really.  How the band formed, where the inspiration comes from, and why people relate.  A sneak peek is available here:

No One Said It Would Be Easy – Trailer

No One Said It Was Easy was directed by John Paul Burgess with collaboration from Scott West, the artist behind the film’s original, animated illustrations.

You can actually see the film before its official release date at the Varsity Theater on March 22nd at 5pm.

Download mp3’s:
Take Your Medicine
Living on the Outside of Your Skin

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