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The Seeker” is Cloud Cult’s newest album and award winning feature-length film. The album features 13 new Cloud Cult songs including the radio singles “No Hell”, “Through the Ages”, and “Days to Remember”. It debuted on the radio charts at #4 (CMJ Most Adds) and Entertainment Weekly calls it a “must listen”.
“The Seeker” is also a feature length drama currently touring the film festival circuit and due out in select US theaters in late 2016. The film is written by Cloud Cult and directed by Jeff D. Johnson. The film stars Alex McKenna and Josh Radnor, and the music is written and performed by Cloud Cult. “The Seeker” is a story of Grace, a daughter whose idyllic life is turned upside-down by immense tragedy. As she grows older, her cynicism and apathy towards her new reality is challenged by a reminder from the past that sets her on a pilgrimage that will define her. The film has won multiple awards and is being lauded by critics as it tours the film festival circuit.
Although the film will not be in theaters until late 2016, you can buy an All Access Pass here to download the full album, watch the preproduction version of the film, as well as behind the scenes footage and in-depth discussions about the symbolism and philosophies behind each scene of the film.
“One of the top 8 films not to miss this year.”
— SARASOTA FILM FESTIVAL DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMMING, MICHAEL DUNAWAY
“Entertainment Weekly’s ‘Must List’”
— ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY, FEBRUARY 2016
“Anyone who’s ever heard echoes of their childhood during times of crisis or contemplation – meaning, anyone breathing – will be utterly swept away”
— TRIBECA SHORTLIST, JOE NEUMAIER
“Dreamlike cinematography leads the viewer into a poetic exploration worthy of Terrence Malick”
— SARASOTA FILM FESTIVAL OFFICIAL PROGRAM
“One of the top 10 don’t miss films of this year’s festival.”
— JAMES CARNEY, DIRECTOR, PHOENIX FILM FESTIVAL, ARIZONA HERALD
Get weekly releases from the album and film, starting now, and the full download on 2-12. Album download available as MP3 and FLAC.