Independent singer-songwriter Kulick kicked off the weekend with the debut of the video for his latest single.
Kulick premiered the video for his new single, ‘Time To Go‘ Friday. The video’s debut comes a week after Kulick debuted the song by itself. The song is the lead single from Kulick’s forthcoming EP, Everyone I Know Will Die, whose release date is under consideration.
The video for ‘Time To Go’ features what is meant to represent Kulick (a.k.a. Jacob Kulick) looking back on his teen and wondering, “What If…” while also looking forward, understanding and accepting his mortality.
Kulick talked about the video’s treatment and how it connects to the song’s lyrical theme in comments made in a prepared statement.
“This music video is by far one of my favorite music videos that I’ve ever done because I was able to tell my story and have a crew of really talented people execute it,” the statement reads. “I always wanted to have a younger version of myself in a video, and Aiden Cullen was absolutely perfect for the role, and an incredible person. Spencer Sease, the director, really took my idea and made it 100x better than I could have imagined.”
The statement continues, “The feeling of my teenage years and the nostalgia is so present in this video, and that was the most important thing to me. It portrays what my childhood would have been like, only if I grew up in California, which is a cool mind bending concept to watch play out while also listening to my very personal and autobiographical lyrics. ‘Time to Go’ is specifically about my own mortality, my upbringing, how I used to live life, and realizing how much control I have over my attitude and perspective on life. I really do love life and I don’t think I’ll ever be ready when it’s time to go.”
The musical arrangement featured in the new single is an upbeat, pop punk style composition. Its energy and the mood is interesting in that it helps to establish the mood in the song’s lyrical theme.
In other news, Kulick is scheduled to join The Spill Canvas on the road this fall. Tickets are available here. The tour’s dates are noted below.
w/ The Spill Canvas
4-Nov Hamden, CT Space Ballroom Tickets
5-Nov Harrisburg, PA HMAC (Small Room) Tickets
6-Nov Rochester, NY Montage Music Hall Tickets
7-Nov Albany, NY Empire Underground Tickets
9-Nov Providence, RI Alchemy Tickets
11-Nov Portland, ME Aura Tickets
12-Nov Amityville, NY AMH Tickets
13-Nov Asbury Park, NJ House of Independents Tickets
14-Nov Easton, PA One Centre Square Tickets
16-Nov Richmond, VA Canal Club Tickets
17-Nov Charlotte, NC Amos Southend Tickets
18-Nov Nashville, TN The End Tickets
19-Nov Indianapolis, IN Emerson Theater Tickets
20-Nov Grand Rapids, MI The Stache Tickets
21-Nov Ann Arbor, MI The Blind Pig Tickets
Kulick released his most recent record, Sitting in a Quiet Coffeehouse. The EP was released early this year. It is the companion piece to Kulick’s album, Yelling in a Quiet Neighborhood, which was released last year.
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