Cloudbase remind me of Leeds band Bodixa, only Bodixa do a far, far better job of it. I can't help but think that if I ever saw Cloudbase live I would come away, write a review about how good the vocals were, mention that they could keep to a basic time pattern, and then never return. It's not that it's bad, it just isn't inspiring music - the songwriting is basic, the guitarist plays around with simple chords through over-killed effects and they generally don't come close to breaking any new ground. Whilst that is not a bad thing, the repetitiveness of hearing clichéd pub-pop gets very boring after a while. If I were to stop now, which I intend to, I'd say "nice female voice, no actual songs".