“The Prophecy” The Impressive Second Single From CLOUD’s Upcoming Debut Album Is Out Now

Published on 18 October 2021 at 18:15

Words: Kyle Anderson


With clear inspiration taken from rock rlegends Pink Floyd,  "The Prophecy” creates an ominous atmosphere, blending Tom Collins' lead breathy vocals together with catchy hooks, a tension building melody and a release provided by the chorus. Coming to a chaotic closure, “The Prophecy” concludes with an erratic guitar solo and a heavy-hitting riff.


Taken from the band's upcoming debut album “The Fourth Planet”,  "The Prophecy" is a key part of an album that brings together compelling narrative storytelling and clever song-writing. The album aims to place listeners into the shoes of an explorer’s journey on a mission to Mars.


Taking its place on the upcoming album as an introduction of the guide to an overall story, which sees a path laid down by a guide. The tale of the album is one of unexpected responsibilities and difficult choices which could save an entire civilisation from the impending doom set to take course.



The Brighton-based five-piece CLOUD initially started with two founding members Tom Collin s(guitar & vocals) and Dan Norman (bass) as a personal project. Bringing the project to life and adding their own musical styles to the band'nd, Alex Rabbitte (keys & vocals), Charlie Atkinson (guitar) and Tom Tollyfield (drums) were recruited to complete the band’s line-up.


“The Prophecy” the new single from  CLOUD’s upcoming album “The Fourth Planet” due for release in November, is out now on all major streaming platforms.






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