Kulick’s ‘Everyone I Know Will Die’ Out Now

Rising modern pop-rock act Kulick has released his new LP Everyone I Know Will Die via Enci Records.

The 7-song album follows on the heels of the recent singles “The People I Know (Don’t Like Me)” and “Time To Go” and his stint supporting The Spill Canvas on tour.

Kulick says, “Without going into too much detail, this album practically wrote itself with life (and death) experiences. I have always been obsessed over “why are we here, what is the point, and why do we die” since I was young. It was the first topic I found myself writing about.

I was forced to dive into it a lot again this year for the first time since then. For certain reasons, I found myself in doctors offices and hospitals a few times a month, surrounded by others struggling with their own health. I found myself being a caretaker to someone I couldn’t imagine losing. I found myself having massive anxiety attacks about the health of my loved ones and myself.

After months of struggling (and I naturally continue to still) I really started to realize that I have to accept that we have no control of anything besides our perspective, resilience, and attitude. And then I wrote an album. As I say in the last few lines of the last song of this album; “appreciate your time, cause everyone you know will die. Say goodbye and kiss goodnight cause everyone you know will die.”

We are here until we aren’t, and that’s okay. It has to be. Make it worth your time. Spread love. Have gratitude.

You are loved and you are strong, even in moments you may not feel it.

I hope this album helps anyone going through any type of struggle, pain, or existential dilemma. My music is not made to sit with and stay in personal dark times, but to visit those dark times for a moment and then see through to the other side.”