Cloud Cult has previewed their upcoming album, Metamorphosis, with its first single, “One Way Out of a Hole.” The song is accompanied by a music video directed by Jeff D. Johnson.

“Although we began writing this song before the pandemic, we performed it along with some other new songs as part of a live-streaming concert during the deep of the COVID shutdown, and the response from the audience on this song, in particular, was unusually empathic,” frontman Craig Minowa said in a statement. “So many people have been through difficult times in the last couple of years, and this song is for all of us who maybe feel a little lost and need a little comfort in remembering that we’re not alone. We’re all in this together.”

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Metamorphosis, which follows 2018’s The Seeker album and feature film, was written following the death of Minowa’s father and touches on the themes of addiction, suicide, and parenting during a global pandemic. Minowa recorded the songs in an old Amish cabin he converted to a recording studio, and additional tracking for Metamorphosis was completed at Hive studio with engineer and longtime friend Brian Joseph.

To support the album, Cloud Cult will embark on a U.S. tour from May through August. The band will also perform with the Minnesota Orchestra and conductor Sarah Hicks on March 31, and April 1 and 2.

Metamorphosis is available for pre-order here.

Cloud Cult 2022 tour dates:

Feb. 12 @ Papa Charlie’s in Lutsen, MN
Feb. 19 @ Sheldon Theatre (w/Low) in Red Wing, MN
March 31 @ Minnesota Orchestra in Minneapolis, MN
April 1 @ Minnesota Orchestra in Minneapolis, MN
April 2 @ Minnesota Orchestra in Minneapolis, MN
April 20 @ Norshor Theatre in Duluth, MN
April 23 @ Historic Temple Theatre in Viroqua, WI
May 18 @ City Winery in Washington, DC
May 19 @ City Winery in Philadelphia, PA
May 21 @ City Winery in Boston, MA
May 22 @ City Winery in New York, NY
June 10 @ Artspire Headline in La Crosse, WI
July 6 @ The Chapel in San Francisco, CA
July 7 @ The Chapel in San Francisco, CA
July 8 @ Lodge Room in Los Angeles, CA
Aug. 26 @ Doug Fir in Portland, OR
Aug. 27 @ St. Marks in Seattle, WA

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