Indie Current premieres Squalloscope's "Clutter," her newest single off the forthcoming 'Exoskeletons for Children' album. Squalloscope (Anna Kohlweis) recorded this song in the wake of the Pulse shootings. Read the premiere article here: http://indiecurrent.com/squalloscope-recorded-new-pop-ballad-wake-pulse-shootings/
"Austrian pop experimentalist Squalloscope is about to release her newest full-length, Exoskeletons For Children, a deeply personal mediation on childhood, nostalgia for small town life and anger. Exoskeletons was recorded, written and produced by Squalloscope’s Anna Kohlweis (who used to make music as Paper Bird) between Austria and America. The forthcoming LP plays like a scrapbook of disparate memories and teases an impressive range of musical ideas spanning from experimental electro-pop to wayward indie rock.
We’re stoked to premiere Squalloscope’s newest track, “Clutter,” a captivating and somber ballad written and recorded in the wake of the Orlando Pulse shootings. It’s a stark moment on the album, pure, wholesome melancholy that bears down on the listener like an anchor at sea. Listen.” - Indie Current