Phil Lomac

Phil Lomac

 Chicago, Illinois, USA
BandAlternativePop

introspectively stoned garage pop

Biography

Phil Lomac is a musician-songwriter currently living in Chicago who has released two albums of lyrically- weighted, alternative pop material. After roles in several North Carolina based bands including The Brown Root Seed Company, Ron Neil & the Eleventh Hour, Senatobia (Performing Songwriter top 10 DIY pick) and Bugs Multiply, he broke away to start a solo career with his 2005 self-titled release.

Lomac’s writing took on a different life with his solo work, exposing a depth and maturity in his lyrics, offset by creative melody and minimalist production.

Somewhere between Elliott Smith and the less sensational movements of Nick Cave, Phil Lomac has studied the dim with a stoned sense of curiosity. Place means a lot to records. And though his albums don't describe North Carolina too much they do describe the evolution of college rock (as it was once known) in America - a market that rarely hands over artists to mass consumption.

With an approach that belongs to the experimental popster and a core that is pure and rich with instrumentation the unrefined sound of his music is a refreshing contrast to the overly-produced, mechanized feel of modern fare.

Discography
2005 - phillomac
2009 - Stranger's Funeral

Lyrics

Cinderella

Written By: Phil Lomac

track name
Cinderella
album and band name
from Stranger's Funeral by Phil Lomac


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this song was originally written as a folk song but I ended up recording more of punk pop version for the record
lyrics
Cinderella lost her shoe now she's looking for a knife
If she finds one we're all screwed she'll be comin' for your life

Find some shelter loose the keys
Hide your footsteps through the leaves
I don't know what brought us here
I thought that everything was clear

Straight fear early day pain
Don't worry 'bout a thing

Fairy tales are what you need when you can't find words to speak
I don't know what you believe but I think we've been deceived

Find some shelter loose the keys
Hide your footsteps through the leaves
I don't know what brought us here
But I know I need you near

Straight fear early day pain
Don't worry 'bout a thing

Discography

NOV 2005 - self-titled release
NOV 2009 - Stranger's Funeral

Set List

Generally:
55 - 85 minutes as headliner
45 minutes as split bill
25 - 45 minutes as opener

99% of material will be original