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Quinn Sullivan Delivers Some "Dark Love"

Updated: May 6




When it came time to write and record his fifth album, Salvation, the singer-songwriter-guitarist was processing the sudden passing of his mother. The resulting 11-track album is his most personal. Salvation honors Quinn’s musical roots while forging his path forward as an emotive and engaging singer-songwriter.


My mom was my guiding light on this record,” the New Bedford, Massachusetts-based artist says. “I’m not a religious person, but salvation, to me, means saving yourself from a traumatic experience. That’s what this album did for me.



Salvation was produced by John Fields (Jonas Brothers, Pink, Har Mar Superstar), and co-written with Fields and Kevin Bowe (Jonny Lang, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Etta James) in Minneapolis. The album was tracked in a feverishly-inspired two weeks—the fastest Quinn’s made a record.



Since his previous album Wide AwakeSullivan has continued to evolve, taking his music on the road and gathering new experiences that inform his work. His recent involvement with the new ensemble Trouble No More, sanctioned by the Allman Brothers to carry on their live-performance legacy and introduce their music to a new generation, has further enriched his sonic palette. This collaboration infuses his work with a taste of the timeless soul and depth of classic rock.


Pre-order/pre-save Salvation here.



Watch the offical lyric video for Salvation below!




Watch the offical lyric video for Dark Love below!




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