Australian singer-songwriter Michael P. Cullen would be right at home at The Fez. In his July EP, Live at Lazybones, he is backed by The Soul Searchers — and the combination sounds great! The five brooding alt-rock tunes are the perfect soundtrack to a glass of chardonnay on Friday evening, when you sit back with the cat and wonder when you became old enough to listen to “adult alternative.”
Uncork a bottle and have a listen for yourself:
You’ll hear reflective, cinematic, and at times regretful songs about love and life. Often compared to Tom Waits and Leonard Cohen, Cullen seeks the universal in his music. “What would I give to kill these regrets?” he asks in “Black Coffee and Cigarettes.” You can’t reach the age of listening to adult alternative without a couple of those under your belt…
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