We are the Swedish pop band Birds on Clouds from Malmö playing dreamy alternative pop music with a melancholy touch and the feeling of dancing under the stars. Our first dark poetic studio single ‘What if’ was recorded in Tambourine Studio and is already out. And now it got company by our first EP on streaming sites like Spotify, iTunes, iMusic, Google Music, Bandcamp – check it out! So be sure to follow us on Spotify or wherever you stream your music.
Birds on Clouds are seven people that started playing together in the dark autumn 2011 with a setting of vocals, guitar, bass, piano, drums, violin, and flute/harmonica/xylophone. The band is based in Malmö, Sweden, playing dreamy indie pop music. The songs are original music with a melancholy moody touch. The music is about the will to change and hope for more love in the world. It is about losing yourself into something and dancing under the stars in a summer night that never ends.
“Swedish indie-pop band Birds on Clouds specialize in a dreamy, scenic sound” … “This seven-piece out of Malmö shows some serious songwriting chops here.” Mike Mineo, April 2017, Obscure Sound
“Nyligen släppta ep:n Nothing Changes if Nothing Changes är värd din uppmärksamhet“, April 2017, Hymn.se
“a rosy twee-pop hue”, “strolls casually to gentle bass grooves and sunlit piano clang”, “Lush, jolting strings adorn the sweet vocal shrill”, May 2017, Swede and Sour
If you want to dig into the words of the songs you can fly here to find them.
Lina Pihl – lead vocals, acoustic guitar
Sara Ejerhem (fd Ericsson) – backing vocals, flute, harmonica, xylophone
Karin Blom – violin
Martin Ljungqvist – piano
Joakim Baltsén – guitar
Damon Tutunjian – bass
Anders Holmqvist – drums
Florence+The Machine, Cat Power, Ane Brun, Mazzy Star, Sophie Zelmani …
Previous live performances
Moriska Paviljongens Bistro, Malmö, 26 Nov 2015
S:t Gertruds (Pub Kuntze), Malmö, 17 Sept 2014
Far i Hatten, Malmö, 19 Feb 2014
Mejeriets veranda, Lund, 25 Maj 2013
Kontext (Café Montag), Malmö, 19 March 2012
Mässingshornet, Malmö, 24 Jan 2012
Curl up in your favourite spot and press play.
See what the birds are up to!