1. “My sunlight’s blocked/My ears are locked/One step forward and two steps back/Trying to feel good but I’m misunderstood/As always/It’s foggy again/Inside my head/Like most days” – ‘Foggy’, Cloud Formations.


    Exciting analysis of Cloud Formations by NEØLYD! Google translate from German to English gives me this: “Crossroads” is somewhere on the border between Modern Psychedelia Spotify hit and meditative silence, tearing up the musical poles of the album – it’s an interplay between something more pleasing, well, “hits”, and scruffy, leisurely, sometimes canny, bulky meditations, that go into the more spherical areas of Surf / Kraut / Psychedelia”. Read the full review in German here.

  3. Indie Rock Mag

    Thanks to Indie Rock Mag for writing about Cloud Formations.

     Haleiwa – Cloud Formations (5/07/2019 – Morr Music)

    Rabbit : Une sortie Morr Music en hommage à notre tout dernier Comité d’écoute. Après l’aventureux et ardu EP d’Ellicist, on est ici à l’autre bout du spectre du label allemand, le Suédois Mikko Singhévoquant entre textures brumeuses et basse piquée à New Order ses compatriotes de The Radio Dept.sur ce charmant mini-album pop à paraître début juillet et culminant sur le lyrisme cristallin de l’instrumental Path Of Kahalu’u

  4. Les Musicophages

    Merci Les Musicophages for writing a cool article on HKI -97 and the upcoming album Cloud Formations! Google translate from French to English gives me this for the headline:

    “The soundtrack of spring: we listen to the new Haleiwa single “HKI-97″ to bask in the sun”.

    Here is a link to the article.

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