Experimental German musician Hans-Joachim Roedelius has been pioneering neo-classical and electronic music for nearly 50 years. Since founding Kluster in 1969, Roedelius has disbanded and reincarnated the group as the much-loved Cluster, and it has now reformed yet again as Qluster.
The current lineup features Onnen Bock and Armin Metz, and they will be releasing their latest LP Tasten this summer via Bureau B. Before the record officially arrives, though, Exclaim! is pleased to present the video premiere for album cut "Spuren im Schnee."
The title roughly translates to English as "Tracks in the Snow," though the accompanying visuals are a much more summery affair. Footage of children playing in fields is shown through vibrant red, yellow and green lenses, while the intricately arranged piano-based song plays on.
Tasten officially arrives on July 10, but you can watch the video clip for "Spuren im Schnee" right now in the player below.