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A Man Called Son

A Man Called Son

A Man Called Son


A Man Called Son is the Melbourne-based solo project of Simon J. Pearlman. Originally from Brisbane, A Man Called Son released his debut EP "Fires, Floods and Boredom" in 2006. Ranging from the British folk sounds of 'Wouldn't Like to Doubt You' to the late night balladry of 'Cool Shady Sand', the EP gained some strong radio support and reviews. In 2007, A Man Called Son was shortlisted for the Grant Mclennan Memorial Fellowship, an oppportunity for Queensland songwriters in honour of the late Go-Between. Read more on Last.fm
A Man Called Son is the Melbourne-based solo project of Simon J. Pearlman. Originally from Brisbane, A Man Called Son released his debut EP "Fires, Floods and Boredom" in 2006. Ranging from the British folk sounds of 'Wouldn't Like to Doubt You' to the late night balladry of 'Cool Shady Sand', the EP gained some strong radio support and reviews. In 2007, A Man Called Son was shortlisted for the Grant Mclennan Memorial Fellowship, an oppportunity for Queensland songwriters in honour of the late Go-Between.

After relocating to Melbourne in 2008, A Man Called Son released his second EP, 'Survive in the Shallows.' Featuring the wiry, hook-laden 'Been Here Too Long' and the electronic textures of 'Sundogs', this collection marked an adventurous new turn for the artist and also garnered further positive reviews and airplay. From here, A Man Called Son spent several months multi-tracking new songs in his "home studio". He then enlisted mixing maestro Lindsay Gravina to put the finishing touches to the material. The result, the debut album from A Man Called Son, titled 'Ruins Of Our Town', features 11 tracks and is a fine consolidation of the songwriting strengths of Simon J Pearlman. Read more on Last.fm.

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