Scattered Clouds


Scattered Clouds is a dark, experiential, post apocalyptic rock group from Hull, Québec.  Blending harsh yet controlled sounds, brooding rhythms, slap-back baritone vocals, unsettling analog synthesizer sounds and a strong sense of form and dynamics, Scattered Clouds’ music resonates somewhere between pop songs and the spirit of experimental noise.  Live, the group creates a trance inducing, orchestral and intense cinematic experience that recalls film noir imagery.  The First Empire is the group’s first full length record.





Scattered Clouds and Fog Lake make Chart Attack’s best Canadian Songs of 2016.



Fog Lake, Scattered Clouds & TIO make Wavelength Music Series’ Top 100 essential songs of 2015 alongside a pile of other great artists!


Weird Canada on the new Scattered Clouds video for “Enchantresse”.

“Somewhere between a Lynchian dream sequence, and your own grade school nightmares, you’ll find “Enchantresse,” the latest video for post-rock squires, Scattered Clouds.  


Bucketlist Music Reviews features the latest from Scattered Clouds

“Their blend of experimental pop might very well be the musical equivalent of a post-apocalyptic world. Remind me to keep a copy of this album on hand if the world ever ends.”  


Scattered Clouds #1 on No Filter’s Top Songs of the Week!


New Scattered Clouds video up on The Permanent Rain Press!

New Scattered Clouds video up on The Permanent Rain Press! Watch “The First Empire” at the link.


Decoder has the premiere of Scattered Clouds latest video!

Decoder premieres the new video from Scattered Clouds. Watch “The First Empire” now!


Chart Attack reviewed the Scattered Clouds CMW show last night.

Let’s just say you missed out and you’ll never recover.


New Scattered Clouds LP reviewed at Grayowl Point

“Scattered Clouds couldn’t have chosen a better name for their band relative to what they do. Scattered clouds in the sky suggest something darker might be on the way — so too does the band.”  


Scattered Clouds one of Silent Shout’s “Best of April”.


New Scattered Clouds video for “Enchanteresse” named of the best of the month by the great people at Chart Attack

“Scattered Clouds hawk a brand of post-rock that’s cinematic and sinister and primed with explosive tension.”


The Revue’s Weekend Showcase is back!

This time featuring Scattered Clouds!


Another week on the No Filter (MW Photos) charts for Scattered Clouds and Ryan O’Reilly


New Scattered Clouds album is streaming in it’s entirely at Exclaim!

Listen to “The First Empire” ahead of it’s April 21st release date!


New Scattered Clouds streaming on FRINGE MUSIC FIX.

Watch the video here…


Scattered Clouds over at Silent Shout today.

“They’re one of the best in the country at creating dense, moody and evocative music that feels cinematic in that it’s hard NOT to imagine a Lynchian scene playing out as their guitars thunder.”  


New Jade The Moon and Scattered Clouds singles featured onIndependent Clauses. Get “Down Down”.

MP3s: Down Down…  


No Smoking Media has an in depth look at the new video.

“Scattered Clouds will put you into a fugue-like trance. ”  


Lonnie in the Garden and Scattered Clouds

Both Lonnie in the Garden and Scattered Clouds appear in this weeks “Audible/Visual Hoots” from the good people at Grayowl Point


The new Scattered Clouds video is included in Howl & Echoes Mid-Week Video Round-up.



Earmilk features the new video from Scattered Clouds

“….is so dark and distorted, it’s making bands like Viet Cong sweat a little.”  


Chart Attack premieres the new video from Scattered Clouds !

“Hull, Quebec’s Scattered Clouds hawk a brand of post-rock that’s cinematic and sinister and primed with explosive tension — like the Velvets doing Ennio Marricone; more minimal and, somehow, terrifying than Godspeed!. Utterly transfixing.”