Audio: Steven A. Clark "Seashore"
Last week, we premiered the latest video from Miami based singer/songwriter, Steven A. Clark, with "Don't Have You." Today, he comes right back with some new new. "'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," Steven A. Clark explains. "I wrote this song while living in a windowless warehouse thinking about my ex and watching Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind on repeat." Doesn't get much more depressing than that, but at least some dope music came of it, listen below. Fornication Under the Consent of the King drops September 11th via L&E Media Co. & BloodyGround USA. Photo: Devin Christopher.
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