It's been a while since we've heard from crooning "lonely roller", Steven A. Clark. What better way to break the silence than with new music from the Miami based artist. Originally slated to be released back in June, the release date for Clark's album, Fornication Under the Consent of the King has pushed back until next month. However, in spite of the delay Clark has unveiled a new song "Seashore" which will appear on his upcoming LP.
Drawing inspiration from personal events in his life as well as one of my favorite movies Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, "Seashore" is a naturally relatable song that deals with the universal themes of love and loss. As Clark explained, “‘Seashore’" is a metaphor for losing someone and just hoping they’d come back. I’m at fault for losing her, yet I long for her to return to me like the waves.”
Check out Steven A. Clark's newest song below, as well the UnkleLuc directed video for his previously released single "Don't Have You".
Fornication Under the Consent of the King is due out September 11 via L&E Media Co./BloodyGround USA.