Heath Cullen

Heath Cullen

For an artist who prefers the calm of his rural abode than the garish limelight of the big smoke, Heath Cullen has managed to craft a reputation far beyond his bucolic boundaries. Proclaimed by UK radio as “somewhere between a prayer and a creed”, his music leaves a deep impact wherever it travels.

Born and bred of Candelo on the Sapphire Coast – an idyll he still calls home – Cullen is the consummate troubadour, having left a trail of newfound devotees across the UK and US over the last decade, whilst also managing to craft four landmark albums. If 2010’s A Storm Was Coming But I Didn’t Feel Nothing hinted at greatness, 2013’s The Still And The Steep certified the claim, earning a nomination for the prestigious Australian Music Prize alongside Jen Cloher, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Paul Kelly and The Drones.

In a sign of his global reach, Cullen drafted Elvis Costello’s legendary band The Imposters for his 2015 album Outsiders, with the Grammy Award winning Joe Henry helming the producer’s chair for 2020’s Springtime In The Heart. Set your heart Wandering with the consummate hometown hero.

Heath Cullen