Pete Cullen has doubled down on releases in 2017 with the more alt-country album No Way Out also being released at the same time as One Way In. The difference is that this one is firmly in the rockabilly camp.
Electric guitars bristle and distort, drums stomp and hit a heavy shuffle while the bass keeps the songs rooted to the juke-joint dance-floor. You can hear the spirit of Elvis, Chuck, BB and countless other progenitors of rock n roll and rhythm and blues. Never Gonna Quit slows things with added clinking piano while Young Henrys takes a successful detour into mariachi horns. Authenticity and dexterity are the key to an album that swings and rocks in equal amounts.