"Paris, Idaho" is now available as a part of Speak Into My Good Eye's NJ 24 Hour Songwriting Challenge Compilation. The full comp features over two dozen tracks by NJ artists, all written and recorded in just one day’s time. It is downloadable on a pay what you want model, with a minimum suggested donation of $5. All proceeds go to benefit the Monmouth & Ocean County Arts Councils. Stream here.
"[Julian Fulton moves] into psych-folk territory on “Wishing Well (A Fool’s Waltz),” a slow-burner which gives off the same eerie lightness that powers albums like Grizzly Bear’s Yellow House. Pulsing backup vocals, warbling slide-guitar, chirps of mandolin, and Fulton’s self-deprecating reverie make for an inspired and off-kilter closer.” -The Aquarian
Starting now, download the closing track from Julian Fulton’s debut EP Heart & Arms for free at julianfulton.bandcamp.com.
"Something that most people don’t know about is that I was once featured on an episode of the extinct PBS children’s program Zoom.” Read the full interview at SpeakIMGE.com.
"Rock and roll may have changed over the decades, but groups like Julian Fulton and the Zombie Gospel out of New Jersey are keeping it alive and well." Read the full interview at AXS.COM.
"Julian Fulton and the Zombie Gospel are kind of what you want to hear out of a rock ‘n’ roll band nowadays. There’s enough vintage energy in their music to make it classifiable as rock n’ roll, but not enough for it to sound derivative and boring. There’s an eery optimism lurking within the melodic, psyched out jams, a tension I find in a lot of my favorite music." Read the full interview at TheDeliMagazine.com.