Originally Published: NME
Famed rock photographer Steve Gullick is more accustomed to being behind the camera capturing the moment than the focal point of everyone’s attention. But as he takes to the stage as part of London-based four-piece Tenebrous Liar, he looks surprisingly at home as the band’s bellwether. Leering and leaning into the mic, his droned poetic deliverance akin to Nick Cave is absorbing amidst their ballsy and brooding sound. Two power cuts pay homage to their primordial industrial rhythms and swelling psychedelic feedback, candidly representing what they are about: the brilliance of the shadowy and obscure.