From a press release:
After he surpassed three million combined streams on Spotify, Schuylkill County alternative pop rock singer/songwriter Kulick dropped his debut full-length album, “Yelling in a Quiet Neighborhood,” on Oct. 16 via ENCI Records, run by longtime Goo Goo Dolls manager Pat Magnarella.
A lyric video for the latest single, “Just Be Friends,” also premiered that day on The Noise.
“‘Just Be Friends’ was one of the most difficult songs I’ve ever written,” Kulick said. “It’s the conversation that signifies the end of a relationship. It’s when you’ve lost control of yourself and you don’t know how to handle losing someone that’s been by your side your whole life.
“It’s that desperate conversation of wanting to keep a piece of that relationship because you obviously still care about the person and the aftermath of hearing that they either want all of you or none of you.”
Originally from West Penn Township, Jacob Kulick,