Cloud House share soaring new single "73"

Breaking out of Glasgow we have an ambitious new band emerging, Cloud House, and they have shared their soaring new single "73" with us and we're head over heels. "73" is the second track released this year from the quartet, which follows on from their sensational cut "Signs".

Anthemic with soaring melodies, Cloud House are getting ready for big things.

Cloud House have already got a solid following with 2.5k fans listening to them monthly, and the more tracks, they drop the higher the numbers will be. Having released their debut single back in 2019 the band worked hard on building their fanbase by performing at gigs (remember those?) at King Tuts Wah Wah Hut and The Garage in Glasgow. 

Speaking about the new tune, "73" the band says - "It tells the story of Conor's Nana, who spent most of her childhood on Gola Island in Ireland, and Conor was desperate to take her back there one day. In the song, he is coming to terms with the fact that he may never be able to because of the little time they have left, but he will never stop trying."

"73" has a rather anthemic chorus with soaring melodies and crisp guitars, all backed up by a backline that is tight as a hairpin turn is for a HGV. This new cut is also the first single lifted from their debut EP "Days Changed", which is due to be released on the 26th of February 2021.

Their name is inspired by the lyrics of the late Scott Hutchison of Frightened Rabbit, who in turn, is a major influence on the band. Other key influences you can hear on "73" is Biffy Clyro's latest work, LANY with the pop vibes, and the anthemic tones of The 1975. So if you love the sound of it head to Spotify to check them out!