Mike Fuller, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, brings his brand of Americana rock-and-roll to life with the release of his debut EP, ‘The Human Condition EP.’ The three-song work features the driving “Paper Cut” to the melodic “After a While”, a harmonious hymn drawing influence from The Beatles and Crosby, Stills, and Nash. While each song varies in style and tone, they all circle back to universal themes of mental health and fragility.
Fuller recorded ‘The Human Condition EP’ at Studio 5L in Belmar, NJ with engineer Charlie Cunliffe and Nautilus Recording Studio in San Angelo, TX, with Grammy-winning engineer Gary Laney, who has worked with legends including Johnny Cash, REM, and Trisha Yearwood.
“I’m so excited to share these songs," Fuller said. "They stem from a lot of reflection about life and how delicate things can be, and the COVID-19 pandemic underscores a lot of that meaning for me. I hope these recordings can offer comfort to those who are struggling now, and I can’t wait to play them live when venues are safe."
Fuller spent much of 2019 testing material in numerous Jersey City and Hoboken venues before moving to and performing in Brooklyn in early 2020 just before the City shut down. Since then,he built an Instagram Live concert series called, “Quarantunes,” hosting numerous artists from local NYC musicians to national and international touring acts. Through ten weeks of shows,they raised over $3,500 for various charities supporting COVID-19 pandemic relief. The series was featured on NBC4 NY and the Rowan University website.