Everyone of Us, a 10-song, Indie folk rock album. Everyone of Us is a compilation of themes of struggle, ranging from issues of gentrification, “College Town”; the Me Too movement, “Maiden Voyage”; and the spunk required to live as an independent musician found in the songs, “On the Road” and “Mama’s Broke.”

Alling currently resides in Ithaca, NY, where he plays 80+ shows annually. He now performs exclusively on acoustic guitar, organ bass pedals and harmonica, playing all simultaneously. Alling believes in keeping his sound clean, without using effects pedals or live looping recording devices. Folk singer Dan Weber describes Alling as “a modern-day Jesse Fuller.” Jim Catalano, music reviewer for the Ithaca Journal wrote that “Alling’s sound … recalls 1970s singer-songwriters such as Harry Chapin, Neil Young and Bob Dylan.“

“It is my hope this album, Everyone of Us, triggers your imagination and builds your sense of belonging in this forever expanding yet confining world. “’Know that you are not alone…’” www.andrewalling.com