Cloud Cult performs full score of The Seeker to film, plus a second set – Tickets – World Cafe Live Philadelphia – Philadelphia, PA – June 27th, 2017

Cloud Cult performs full score of The Seeker to film, plus a second set

Cloud Cult performs full score of The Seeker to film, plus a second set

Tue · June 27, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

World Cafe Live Philadelphia

$20 + Fees

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Cloud Cult
Cloud Cult
Cloud Cult has a long record of blurring the lines between music and the visual arts on stage. Last year, the band Rolling Stone calls one of the greenest in the business, took it a step further and released what became a multiple award winning album and feature film The Seeker.

Cloud Cult toured in support of that album release to sold-out audiences in early 2016 and the partner film, also titled The Seeker has been wooing critics at film festivals and captivating audiences in national theaters since then.

The Seeker is one of a small handful of feature-length narrative dramas to land on Entertainment Weekly's “Must List”. According to film critic Joe Neumaier of the Tribeca Shortlist, “Anyone who’s ever heard echoes of their childhood during times of crisis or contemplation - meaning, anyone breathing - will be utterly swept away.”

Presale for the U.S. and international digital release of the film will begin in May on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and Vimeo. To support the digital release, Cloud Cult has announced U.S. national tour dates in June where the band will perform the full score of The Seeker while the film plays on screen, followed by a second set of fan favorites. The tour and release will be kicked off by a May 18th premiere of the film in Hollywood with full cast attending and Q&A. (Details for all of these shows are listed below).

The Seeker, starring Josh Radnor (Mercy Street, How I Met Your Mother) along with Alex McKenna (What Women Want). is the 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 story and music were written by Cloud Cult, and the film was visually scored and directed by Jeff D. Johnson of Motion 117 Productions.

The film won the “BEST OF FEST” in the Visual Music category at the Speechless Film Festival. And despite fierce competition from a record number of movie releases in 2016, Sarasota Film Festival’s Michael Dunaway calls The Seeker “One of the top 8 films not to miss this year.” Jason Carney, the executive director of the Phoenix Film Festival, picked The Seeker as one of the “10 Don’t Miss Movies” (out of more than 150) in his interview with the Arizona Republic.
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