NEWS : THU, APR 26, 2018 at 7:00 AM

Listen to Cullen Omori’s New Single “Four Years” - He’s Got May Tour Dates w/ The Gloomies

Cullen Omori has announced a co-headlining tour with The Gloomies, starting on May 3rd, in San Pedro, CA. This 12 date tour, will have the band stopping in, San Diego, Los, Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Denver and Tucson. See below for a full string of shows.
To help get folks wound up for this string of dates, Omori, has shared a brand new track, entitled “Four Years”. In his own words, “the song is meant to be an exchange of perceptions: a duet except sung by one person. The first verse deals with the conviction and singular determination needed to end the relationship. The second verse is the reactionary response to what is usually an unexpected upset to a familiar and welcomed status quo.”

Cullen Omori Tour Dates + Ticket Links

May 03 - San Pedro, CA - Brouwerij West*
May 04 - San Diego, CA - Soda Bar*
May 05 - Los Angeles, CA - Echo*
May 6 - San Francisco, CA Cafe du Nord*
May 8 - Portland, OR -  Bunk Bar*
May 9 - Seattle, WA - Lo Fi *
May 10 - BC, Vancouver - Astoria *
May 12 - Boise, ID - Neurolux *
May 13 - Salt Lake City, UT - Kilby Court *
May 15 - Denver, CO - Lost Lake Lounge*
May 17 - Tucson, AZ- 191 Toole*
May 19 - Tempe, AZ - Yucca Tap Room*
* w/ The Gloomies
What “The People” have said about Cullen Omori:
“Shimmering beauty” [“Cinnamon”/ “New Music of the Day”] - NME

“It’s bittersweet, blissful pop with an ’80s hue - vocal melodies and hooks that are at once immediate yet demand to be heard again and again. Job well done, Cullen.” [“Cinnamon”] - The 405

“Sour Silk” is the combination of sounds you weren’t sure could be mixed, blended into a song that sounds both effortless and endlessly faceted.” [“Sour Silk”] - Stereogum

“His songs marry dark yet blissful pop with vocal melodies and hooks that are at once immediate yet demand to be heard again and again.” [“Sour Silk”] - Northern Transmissions

“Led by dreamy, glimmering guitars, it takes Smith Westerns’ knack for a poppy hook to the next level.” [“Cinnamon”] - Consequence of Sound

Posted by Rachel White