Zac Clark keeps moving.* Shortly after the release of last year's solo full-length, Faking Amnesia, during a string of shows to promote the album and amid favorable reviews, Zac had already begun laying the groundwork for what will ultimately become his sophomore release. Constantly writing, recording, and performing, Zac rounded out 2005 with well-attended shows around the Burlington, VT area, including appearances at some of the region's most celebrated nightclubs. It was then that the eighteen-year-old retreated into Strangeways Recording in Burlington, with producer Mike Poorman (ex-Hot Rod Circuit) and a talking replica of Master P at the helm for a batch of demos for the new record, which, like Faking Amnesia, finds Zac playing every instrument. Instantly catchy and accessible, yet interesting and edgy at times, a glimpse of the new material is finally here. Released in June 2006, Ellipsis reveals tighter arrangements, bigger production and has been declared 'even bouncier' than Faking Amnesia by Brent Hallenbeck of the Burlington Free Press. Hailed as a 'top-flight pop-rock piano player' by the Free Press and 'Burlington's piano man' by Seven Days, you won't want to miss out on Zac's blend of piano pop sensibility with indie rock and punk influences. *In a dinosaur-like fashion, according to some who have witnessed his running form on the streets of Northern Vermont.
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