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Once numerous blogs began to circulate the record, the pair adapted themselves for a live set, performing in their home city and embarking on a small tour to bring "In Transition" to as many listeners as possible. That mantra culminated in December 2009, when "In Transition" was re-released on the European netlabel, [label]Acoustic Firework Records[/label]. Once numerous blogs began to circulate the record, the pair adapted themselves for a live set, performing in their home city and embarking on a small tour to bring "In Transition" to as many listeners as possible. That mantra culminated in December 2009, when "In Transition" was re-released on the European netlabel, [label]Acoustic Firework Records[/label].
-Pilot Cloud's next (and eventually final, before Biscardi returned to school in [yearsplit]2010[/yearsplit]) release, [url=http://www.last.fm/music/Pilot+Cloud/Halcyon+%5BEP%5D]"Halcyon"[/url], continues to exemplify the same spirit of independence while allowing for maturity and growth. It, along with "In Transition", is now available for FREE download on the band's website, [officialsite][url]www.pilotcloud.com[/url][/officialsite].+Pilot Cloud's next (and eventually final, before Biscardi returned to school in [yearsplit]2010[/yearsplit]) release, [url=http://www.last.fm/music/Pilot+Cloud/Halcyon+%5BEP%5D]"Halcyon"[/url], continues to exemplify the same spirit of independence while allowing for maturity and growth. It, along with "In Transition", continues to remain available for FREE download on the band's website, [officialsite][url]www.pilotcloud.com[/url][/officialsite].
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http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pilot-Cloud/46208401982 http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pilot-Cloud/46208401982

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Pilot Cloud was a shoegaze/post-rock project based out of Philadelphia, PA. Justin Lerner (guitar/vocals) and Nick Biscardi (drums/synth) formed Pilot Cloud in April 2008 solely as a means to create music they'd want to hear. The effort yielded their debut album, “In Transition”. Once numerous blogs began to circulate the record, the pair adapted themselves for a live set, performing in their home city and embarking on a small tour to bring "In Transition" to as many listeners as possible. After the release of a follow-up EP, 2010's "Halcyon", Biscardi moved to Chicago. Pilot Cloud has since returned to a studio project, writing together via email, releasing the first of their efforts on a split EP with Old Worlds in Fall 2011. Biscardi has also joined Chicago instrumental band Rocket Miner, and "In Transition" and "Halcyon" continue to remain available for FREE download on the band's website, www.pilotcloud.com. The band had decided to call it quits in 2012. http://www.pilotcloud.com http://www.facebook.com/pilotcloud http://pilotcloud.bandcamp.com http://www.twitter.com/pilotcloud