Kluster’s “Over My Head” Is Dream Pop That Is As Chaotic As Your Existentialism

Lo-fi, dream pop

Photo: Emanuele Maniscalco

Swedish quintet Kluster crafts a sound that is born out of chaos – their debut single “Over My Head” brings the synth smudginess of lo-fi ambience and zeal of upbeat pop that yield a ballooning dream pop sound. “Over My Head” captures the confusion and uncertainty that haunts our existence, but they do it in a playful fashion. Within the minimalistic arrangements and silent bits lie bouncy beats that make “Over My Head” an intricate sonic palette:

Comprised of Linnea Hall (vocals), Pontus Örnstrand (keyboard), Sebastian Hegedüs (guitar), Adam Jonsson (guitar), and Andreas Pollak (drums), Kluster formed in Malmö back in 2014. “Over My Head” is from their forthcoming debut album, which they haven’t announced any relaese dates yet. The quintet has some show dates coming up:

4/28 – Debaser (Stockholm, Sweden)

5/4 – Grand Öl&Mat (Malmö, Sweden)