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The Deal - The Mulligan Brothers

We head to America's deep south in Mobile, Alabama to meet our next LCM featured artists Americana and Folk Rock band 'The Mulligan Brothers'. The band's name means second chances, but they took the biggest chance of their career and produced this album on their own, creating songs that are truest to them, so far. Converting the upstairs of Ross Newell's home in the heart of Mobile, Alabama into a recording studio allowed them the freedom to get to the honesty of who they are. Our LCM #SongOfTheDay is the excellent 'The Deal' taken from their latest third album 'Songs For The Living And Otherwise' recently released on the 1st June. The new album is great and definitely worth exploring further. A huge thank you to Laurel Canyon Radio for the introduction.

The album brings joy and pleasure from dark songs about life, loneliness, death and spirituality. Lead singer/songwriter Ross Newell's warm, sincere voice brings out every emotion between pleasure and pain and makes you want to feel them over and over again.

"Recording and producing this album ourselves gave us the luxury of seeing the vision all the way through to the end without outside influences making us second guess ourselves," says Ross. "There is a new confidence in this album and we are thankful for the great people who support us and gave us the courage to try something new. It is freeing to let go and create an album that we will enjoy playing on the road every night."

The broader arrangements are driven by the band’s signature harmonies and dramatic transitions from drummer Greg DeLuca with Ben Leininger adding electric and upright bass and Melody Duncan on fiddle and piano. The band is evolving but the songs are still built around Ross's tight lyrics that stab you in the heart or define life in new ways. Songs of abuse and knowing a man like "the back of his hand" or coming home to a woman who makes him feel that "If you told me that heaven was just like tonight, then maybe I would start acting right."

https://www.themulliganbrothers.com/

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