Cloud Cult chases time


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Cloud Cult prepares to launch its new album "Time Chasers." (Image courtesy Cloud Cult)
Cloud Cult releases new CD
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The Minneapolis indie rock band Cloud Cult brings its orchestral flair and tribal energy to First Avenue's Mainroom for the next two nights.

The nationally known group is releasing a new CD called "Light Chasers."

Cloud Cult frontman and chief songwriter Craig Minowa, third from the right in the photo, talked with MPR's Chris Roberts about the music on the new CD.

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  • Cloud Cult at home
    Cloud Cult often records at a farm in Wisconsin (Photo by Stephanie Colgan, courtesy Cloud Cult)
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    Cloud Cult prepares to launch its new album "Time Chasers." (Image courtesy Cloud Cult)
  • Cloud Cult concert
    Hundreds of University of Minnesota students attend a concert featuring the Minneapolis band Cloud Cult to kick off the annual Spring Jam. (MPR Photo/Tim Post)