Long Way from Home
Aspiring screenwriters take note: Clark Slater's new release 'Long Way From Home' has the feel, imagery and hook-filled melodies of a movie soundtrack. The songs are a tapestry of love, loss and memory, each interwoven with themes of home, however one defines it. Whatever the dwelling place: a lover, a dream, peace of mind, or music itself, Slater's warm tenor voice, clear and strong, leads the listener on an unforgettable journey. Standout tracks include the lead-off 'Bring the Love', a song where Slater's cited influence of U2 is evident, the pretty and bittersweet 'Memories of Us', with it's ghostly imprints of reminiscence and the hook-filled breakout single 'Getting to Know You' which speaks of new love's initial hesitancy and gradual determination. 'Long Way From Home' is an audio love letter of accessible pop/rock, a movie soundtrack in the making that gets in your head, latches on and won't let go.