What's Mine At Twilight
When they hit the scene in '95 with their debut math rock opus "Sugarless," Puller was made up of members of the freshly disbanded For Love Not Lisa. FLNL had previously released two records on Elektra Records, and had a song on the soundtrack for the movie The Crow that sold two million. Part scathing views of loss, and part journey to terms with moving on and getting over, "What’s Mine ..." is simply ten songs about the truth as it is known to Puller. With this album, the band takes a huge leap from "indie-obscurity," to invention and true artistry.
Puller is one of the few alternative rock bands in Christian music still making a mark on the indie world. Their new album "What's Mine at Twilight" continues to offer catchy pop hooks mixed with the rough edge of rock. Blending elements of post-punk and straight up pop-rock styles, Puller's music reaches across genre boundaries. This is Puller's 3rd album for Tooth & Nail and they continue to create great introspective modern rock songs.
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Mike Lewis - Vocals, Guitar
Geoff Riley - Drums