Seamless Style: @StacyClark’s New Album Symmetry


STACY CLARK, Symmetry (album)

Buffalo NY native Stacy Clark has a classic pop voice that can move seamlessly through whatever style she chooses.  And she puts that to the test with her latest album Symmetry, which works well as an overall package despite starting off with 1/3 EDM pop and then moving to 2/3 singer/songwriter sometimes jazz-influenced folk/pop. Think of Sheryl Crow secretly wanting to perform EDM or Robyn tapping into folk/pop roots, with results as a fine companion to the latest by Regina Spektor and you have the idea.  “Figured It Out” is easily the best choice as a lead single from Symmetry, with an interesting video (below) with a twist to its story.  “Sign”, “Breathe”, and “Decimals and Music Notes” showcase Stacy’s songwriting skills and a more subdued style.  A bonus is having help from Plain White T’s Tom Higgenson on “Make A Move” and Jack’s Mannequin’s Andrew McMahon on “Everything’s Changing”.  Overall, Symmetry is a diverse 14 song record that deserves attention.  You can get it now on iTunes and listen to the songs through Harbour Recordings’ Soundcloud page.

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