Philadelphia rockers The Caulfields have released a reunion single: “Love Will Keep Us Together”. This cover of the 1975 Captain & Tennille classic is their first studio release since the 90s! The band is celebrating the 25th Anniversary of their major label debut album Whirligig on A&M Records. Proceeds from sales of the single on Bandcamp will benefit Philabundance – purchase the single here to donate to the cause.
The video for the cover is an upbeat lip-sync dance party, featuring cameo appearances by some notable Philadelphians: Lauren Hart, David Uosikkinen (Hooters/In the Pocket) Richard Bush (The A’s/Peace Creeps), various Local Shots artists, and MMR’s own Jacky Bam Bam, Sara and Jaxon. Sing along with us!
About the Caulfields: In 1995, the Caulfields, a Delaware-based quartet lead singer and songwriter John Faye, became the first rock act from the First State to release an album on a major label since George Thorogood. Whirligig received a major push from A&M Records and propelled the band into the 90’s alterna-verse on the strength of the single “Devil’s Diary,” which became a top-40 Modern Rock track in the US and reached #61 on the singles chart in Australia, where the band toured for a month behind the strength of national radio play. The band crisscrossed the US and Canada, playing shows with label mates Del Amitri, Gin Blossoms, and Blues Traveler, appearing at numerous radio station festivals with the likes of Ramones and Collective Soul, and landing on soundtracks for Fox Television’s “Melrose Place” and Columbia Pictures “The Baby-Sitters Club.” The Caulfields are: John Faye – lead vocals, guitar; Sam Musumeci – bass; Ritchie Rubini – drums; Brett Talley – lead guitar.