Album Review: Stacy Clark’s ‘Symmetry’


Stacy Clark’s Symmetry starts off extremely powerfully and it continues throughout the whole album. The buffalo native singer-songwriter, Stacy Clark has released her new album Symmetry on July 22nd and is now available on iTunes, and it is definitely and album that you NEED to listen to.

Filled with fourteen eletrco-pop summer anthems, Symmetry is super catchy, fun, and entertaining. It’s hard to turn the album off simply because of how utterly addictive it can be. The first track, and also latest single, “Figured It Out” starts off the album perfectly and shows just how wonderful Clark’s singing voice can be. The song itself is about relationships and love, something that we all have dealt with and is very relatable. She has recently released a music video for the song which also features a cameo from Jim O’Heir (Parks and Recreation).

The song “Stop!” is a dance anthem in itself. The fast beat makes you want to jump up and down, and is a song that you can expect to hear at a summer party. The album is stellar, all the way until the last song, “Breathe”, which is an acoustic piece that shows Stacy Clark’s vocal range perfectly.

Overall, Symmetry is the ultimate summer album. It has tracks that will make you jump up and down dancing and tracks that you can just lay down and chill out to. Be sure to check it out on iTunes.

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