Broken Clouds releases second single, Sunday League Apologies

“This is pop music for the underdog”

Gareth John Anderson, Broken Clouds

Broken Clouds is the garage-pop alter ego of Scottish musician Gareth John Anderson, previously associated with a number of bands, including Slow Blood, Golden Arm, Capitals, DeadBoyRobotics and My Tiny Robots. Anderson draws influence from the likes of REM, Smashing Pumpkins, Silver Sun Pick Ups, The Thermal, and more recently Thee OhSees, Car Seat Headrest, Cloud Nothings, Pedro The Lion, Cymbals Eat Guitars, and describes his sound as ‘garage-pop inspired by trashy rom coms, lukewarm coffee and the middle of nowhere’.

His latest single, Sunday League Apologies, released 17th March 2022, is a follow up to his debut ‘Eyes Shut‘, which he suggests is a short study of the messy middle of a relationship. Backed by grungy guitars, warm bass and a hard hitting snare, it marks the second of three singles to be released on Edinburgh independent label, Cosmic Peace Jazz and was produced by Idlewild’s Rod Jones at Edinburgh’s Post Electric Studio.

“With this track I really wanted to play around with that classic loud quiet loud approach that so many of the 90s US bands I love were amazing at, it’s kind of an homage to that.” 

Gareth John Anderson, Broken Clouds

Read more about Broken Clouds in his full feature interview here.

Sunday League Apologies credits:

Vox: Gareth John Anderson
Guitar: Gareth John Anderson & M. Bryant
Drums: Gareth John Anderson
Bass: G. Macmillan
Backing Vox: M. Bryant
Produced: Rod Jones

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