Austria-based indie rocker Ro Bergman last week delivered ‘Clouds’, his second single of the year. It followed his first single ‘Horizon’ which debuted in the spring. Today, he’s premiering his music video for ‘Clouds’ on The 405. It’s a soothing visual feature extending the theme set out by the track title. Both tracks are lifted off his debut EP New Horizon out later this year.

Bergman draws inspiration through an extensive list of artists from Local Natives to Chet Faker. His music stretches through the intersections of indie-rock, alt-pop, and singer-songwriter sensibilities. ‘Clouds’ is placed in a location of anthemic-driven arrangements and personal restoration. Buoyed by pulsating rhythmic cadences and stirring arena-ready guitars, Bergman displays his deep vocals here that waver on the brink of vulnerability. He expands upon his sonic universe by bringing a multitude of echoes and a plethora of complex emotions to his latest endeavor. ‘Clouds’ incites that change is inevitable to one’s own trajectory and when it comes, it should be embraced for all of its strange wonders and boundless potential.

Ro Bergman had this to share regarding his music video, "The essence of the song is featured by characteristic spots from my home area. It shows and symbolise that no matter where an idea is born, it can grow and transcend all borders."

‘Clouds’ is available now via Spotify and Apple Music. Ro Bergman’s New Horizon EP will be out at the end of October via Bergman Music. Follow Ro Bergman on Facebook and Instagram.