Miami based singer-songwriter/producer Steven A. Clark is of course no stranger here on The305.com, as we have vigilantly assessed his talents in the past, and witnessed his upswing in the music industry, as he continued to singlehandedly change the way we perceived R&B/electro-soul vibrations on the Lower East Coast. The photo by Devin Christopher that serves as Steven A. Clark’s album cover for the Late EP only tells us half the tales, as you could imagine the volumes of emotion that lays tucked in the sleeping giant that dwells in Clark’s thoughts.
Crowned ‘Top 5 Best New Artists’ in 2012 by SPIN, Steven. A Clark has garnered significant attention on some of the biggest platforms in the industry, all of which spoke highly favorable on Clark’s independently released Stripes EP, and his first LP Fornication Under Consent of the King.
Steven A. Clark – Lonely Roller (off the Late EP):
Steven A. Clark has now marked his return with the liberation of his new three-track Late EP. Included within the project is “Seashore”, a previously released single that Clark defined as a “metaphor for losing someone and just hoping they’d come back…” to Rolling Stone. Although the listening experience is restricted to 15 minutes or less, the thrill in the Late EP is more than enough for us to relish in the moment that Steven A. Clark has so rightfully bestowed upon us at the start of Summer.