From Plymouth, New Hampshire, Cade Earick is a singer songwriter and musician whose latest album, ‘The Lives And Stipulations Of The Weakened’, is a glorious sonic bath of pleasure and emotions. Released on May 21, it was recorded as a concept album/pop opera over the Covid-19 quarantine period.
With 16 tracks, there’s plenty of opportunity to tell a story, and Cade does this by way of alternating between songs and spoken word. At times his crisp clear vocals and sparse instrumentals are reminiscent of The Lumineers, and Ben Folds; at others his style is more akin to that of My Chemical Romance, Rex Orange County, Jamie Cullum, and even Bruce Springsteen. In other words, Earick’s sound is one without genre, he’s well able to chop and change between musical styles, and he does it with ease.
Earick recorded, produced, mixed and mastered the album entirely himself in his home studio, proving that not only is he an accomplished singer, songwriter, and musician, but that he is the entire package.