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Kluster was founded by four friends and a virtual drummer in Malmö 2014, a real life drummer joined in shortly afterwards and the gang was complete. Since, the quintet has been active on as well the Malmö indie scene as playing shows in Berlin, Copenhagen, Stockholm, supporting acts such as Frankie Cosmos and Nicole Sabouné. Debut album civic was released last summer and Kluster received praise from Line of Best Fit, Spotify's Fresh Finds, major swedish music magazines HYMN and Festivalrykten and more. On May 22nd, the success of the debut is followed by new single Wild, including the bands first music video, out on all platforms via Rama Lama Records.
Wild is yet another glimpse of Kluster's playful sound - a melting pot of broad influences such as pop, punk, noise, lo-fi, indie and jazz. According to the band, "Wild is about the harvest of wild berries, giving you stains that never go away. But also about the longing for the fox that lives alone in the wild. In Chinese culture, the fox can also symbolize a being with magical powers, a messenger from the spirit world or the dead. The song can generally be said to be an ongoing inner trial, with memory images having impact as they appear in the dazzling summer light seen from above.".
The members have a history as academic jazz players, forming Kluster after longing to find a collective process free from strict genre playbooks and narrow-minded academic rules. A process that resulted in Kluster's captivating characteristic dynamic and turning points, alternating from melodious to dissonance, complex to simple.
Kluster consist of Linnea Hall (vocals), Pontus Örnstrand (keyboard), Sebastian Hegedüs (guitar), Adam Jonsson (guitar) and Andreas Pollak (drums) and are available for interviews and other requests.
The video is made by designer duo Angelina Petrovic and Jonna Jansson.
Wild is out May 22nd on all platforms through Rama Lama Records (Steve Buscemi’s Dreamy Eyes, Melby, Chez Ali, Delsbo Beach Club, Cat Princess etc.)
released May 22, 2019
Composed, arranged and performed by Kluster
Mixed and engineered by Joakim Lindberg
Mastered by Magnus Lindberg