Cloud Connected

Album: Reroute to Remain (2002)

Songfacts®:

  • In Flames singer/lyricist Anders Fridén tells us this song is about "Your biggest high - feeling really, really happy and good."

    In the song, Fridén juxtaposes this feeling with the negative vibes many people give off, and makes it clear that he's not going to let them bring him down.
  • The video was directed by Roger Johansson, who also did the clips for "Silence Is Deafening" by Napalm Death and "My Apocalypse" by Arch Enemy. It used an innovative technique where multiple cameras were placed close together, with the footage combined in post production to make the background appear to be moving behind the band members.

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