Nashville based singer and songwriter, Jeffrey McCullough first appeared on The Static Dive in March with the release of his debut single “Dragon me Around.” With that track he introduced us to his unique brand of heartland Alternative Rock. The New Orleans native came to find his voice after years of performing as a singer, bassist and DJ in clubs throughout the United States. All along, he was writing songs. In 2020 he is ready to introduce his unique take on a familiar genre to the world.
Steeped in the sounds of 1990’s and early 2000’s Grunge and Modern Rock, McCullough’s style lands somewhere between Alice in Chains and Nickelback. However he brings his own “everyman” approach to the genre. Jeffrey’s emotional songwriting lays bare his vulnerabilities and seeks healing. Such is the case on his latest single, “No Tomorrow.”
On the track he laments mistakes of the past, but there is hope in his message as he looks forward to a better future. It is an emotional plea for love and a second chance. He sings, “I was living life like there was no tomorrow. Now I’m living life like tomorrow.”
The recording and performance on “No Tomorrow” are top notch. The song hits all of the marks for a big, Modern Rock production. The guitar playing in particular is great throughout, from the mellow acoustic intro to a really excellent and melodic extended guitar solo at around the 2:00 mark. Jeffrey’s vocals are spot-on, sincere and emotional in both the quiet moments and in the later howls.
Jeffrey McCollough’s “No Tomorrow” is available on all major streaming service. You can hear it on the Deep Indie Dive playlist. And follow the links below to connect with the artist. Stay in the loop on his current and future releases, including the debut EP due later this year.