Rochester-based pop singer-songwriter Adam Clark has grown up with music. After performing in church choirs as a child and collaborating with local bands in high school, Clark released his debut 2012 EP, No Sleep, Just Dreams. Now, three years later, Clark’s newest single “With You” is buzzing with good vibes and catchy lyrics.
The track, produced by Grammy-nominated producer David Schuler, is a perfect pop hit that is at times a dance-y singalong and at others, a romantic, explosive anthem. With repetitive club beats, unexpected rhythm changes, and his polished, steady vocals, Clark masters the transformation from carefree dance track to an elevated pop love song matured by his poignant lyrics like “You can say that I don’t exist/But I believe in a love like this/I can’t shake the hands of time/But I’d wait forever to make you mine”. The songwriting on “With You” takes the track to a new level but the expert production, smooth vocals, and pulsing rhythms come together to put out a sweet pop-dance track.