- 27 May 21
In his second single of the year, the Dublin native is back with a new upbeat jam.
The new track, recorded in Cambridgeshire in England, takes nods from Elvis Costello and early Mumford and Sons.
The lyrics evoke an image of two lovers who have a brief night together while knowing inside that it's not likely to last.
"This song is one of my favourite things I’ve ever done sonically," Cullen enthused.
"It started with me playing acoustic guitar & singing before adding mountains of electric guitars on top of the track. Boo Hewerdine played an amazing bass part, Chris Pepper contributed some glorious drums, I added some droning Harmonium and Motown-y tambourines and we called it a day!"
It also features backing vocals from Sinead McConville, with who he has previously collaborated on a Christmas single released last year, 'Christmas Ain't the Same (Miles and Miles Away)'.
The organ playing was provided by Roger Bechirian, which Cullen described as his favourite part of the whole song.
D. Cullen played The Late Late Show in 2019, performing his single, 'Alright'. He was previously a member of the band The New 52, who broke up in the same year.