According to Aaron Michael Frison, better known as the mysterious Coultrain
, his music is about a number of elementary matters: love, politics, religion and the opportunities that each man is offered. His birth city St. Louis, where, according to Coultrain, the soul of the United States is seated, always plays a role in it too. The singer grew up there, singing in several choirs, and learned from his father, who was a preacher there, how to tell an expressive and poignant tale. Coultrain sees his musical career as a search for the truths that can liberate him as a person. Thus he created a poetic alter ego with The Adventures Of Seymour Liberty
(2008), investigating the essence of our existence. Coultrain, who also plays drums, performs spiritual, spaced-out soul with fragile singing, in which visual elements play an important role. Recommended for fans of accessible experimental and jazzy soul interpretations.