Kulick Debuts ‘Talking To The Ceiling’ Lyric Video

Courtesy: ENCI Records

Independent singer-songwriter Kulick debuted the video for his latest single over the weekend.

Kulick debuted the lyric video for his single ‘Talking to the Ceiling‘ Wednesday.  The song is the second single from Kulick’s forthcoming album Yelling in a Quiet Neighborhood, which is scheduled for release Oct. 16 through ENCI Records.  Its debut comes less than a month after Kulick debuted the lyric video for the album’s lead single, ‘Rope.’

The video for ‘Talking to the Ceiling’ features Kulick performing his new single through what is meant to look like closed circuit camera footage.  Considering that and the song’s lyrical content, which seems to focus on someone dealing with a lot of personal, private thoughts, the use of the CCTV setting works.

The musical arrangement featured in Kulick’s new single is unlike that of ‘Rope,’ which will appeal to fans of acts, such as Jason Mraz and Andy Grammer.  This song’s arrangement takes more of a pop rock approach, creating a sound that will appeal more to fans of acts, such as Fall Out Boy, One Republic, and The Score.

Audiences can stream and download ‘Talking To The Ceiling’ and pre-order Yelling in a Quiet Neighborhood here.  The album’s track listing is noted below.


‘Yelling In A Quiet Neighborhood’ Track Listing:



Just Be Friends

Waiting For You



The Way I Am


Talking To The Ceiling


More information on Julick’s new single, video and album is available along with of all his latest news at:




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