Mysterious producer KLOUD presented his new version of the Swedish House Mafia worldwide hit ‘Save the World’.
KLOUD, n /kloūd/
the infinite network of intelligence, or data, collected and processed to secure local servers on the Internet; primarily used to create a feeling of artificial social well-being.
This is exactly what his bio says. KLOUD is a mysterious producer hidden behind a stunning CGI virtual avatar. A futuristic helmet from where a big LCD screen stands out. KLOUD particularity is that every tune he/she/it releases is accompanied by mind-blowing visual contents. On KLOUD’s website, you can find them as wallpapers or music videos.
The latest KLOUD cover was released last Friday. We’re talking about KLOUD’s cover of one of the biggest Swedish House Mafia hits, ‘Save the World’. The iconic vocal has been slow down to match the downtempo beats. The breakdown has been rebuilt into long and deep piano vibes but, it’s the drop the most exciting part. Forget the pure progressive house drop we are all used to; KLOUD has completely turned the record into nothing but pure electronic midtempo.
When we’re in the middle of the remixes of historical and big classics, there’s always the rick to ruin it. If the original ‘Save the World’ has a mystical meaning for each of us, KLOUD’s cover brings it to a brand new level. We’re not saying this is better the original, indeed; it’s just something completely different but beautiful in the same way.
KLOUD’s version of ‘Save the World’ came with an epic 8K lyrics video clip where the helmet visor shows the lyrics. The cover is also available for the stream on Spotify or Apple Music and you can also save your personal copy via this link.