Sublime pop.

I like baroque pop.

It’s heyday certainly was a good fifty years ago, but the innocense of that eras pop stills puts a smile on my face.

Mmm… Zombies.

So, what’s this baroque pop then, you may ask?

Well, think of relentless smiling, classical music kinda chords, puffy shirts, strings, neverending reverb and Phil Spector, and there you have it.

Still, nothing quite characterizes the genre better than one, simple word:

Harpsichord. If it’s got harpsichord, it’s baroque pop.

So, IN A CLOUD HOUSE has got harpsichord, therefore it has to be baroque pop.