The 12 songs on Connect the Dots, Stacy Clark’s debut album on Vanguard Records, serve as a stunning introduction to the Buffalo born, Southern California-based singer/songwriter and mark her as an exciting new artist to watch in the indie-pop music world. Produced by Matt Appleton (Panic! At the Disco, The Veronicas), Connect the Dots will be released on August 10th.
Clark's charming idiosyncratic voice and heartfelt lyrics have already won over several of television’s top music supervisors, who have featured songs from Clark's self-released 2007 album Apples and Oranges on such youth-oriented shows as The CW's One Tree Hill, MTV's The Hills, The Buried Life, My Super Sweet Sixteen, Bravo's The Rachel Zoe Project, and VH1's The Price of Beauty. The fact that Clark’s songs have resonated with the folks who musically program TV’s dramatic moments is not surprising given the candid and emotionally uplifting quality of her writing, which she hones even further on Connect the Dots.
Since arriving on the Southern California music scene, Clark has scored numerous awards including Best Female Performer at the 2006 Southern California Music Awards, followed by a 2007 win for Best Female Performer at the Orange County Music Awards and a win at this year’s Orange County Music Awards for Best Pop Artist.
Amongst Clark’s numerous charitable affiliations including Habitat For Humanity, The American Red Cross, and The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, she recently aligned herself with To Write Love On Her Arms, a non-profit movement dedicated to helping people who struggle with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide.
Click here to listen to the first single ‘Touch & Go.’