Artist Smock has announced that his album “Pollock” will be released June 15 via RCA Records.
“Pollocks” is the second collaboration between the Canadian-American musician and former B.C. Redblacks defensive back.
Pollock and Smock have been collaborating for nearly a decade, and the collaboration’s official title was announced last summer.
“I’m really excited about this album,” Smock said in a statement.
“As an artist who has been writing music since I was a little boy, I have a great respect for Pollocks lyrics.
“The lyrics are so powerful and powerful and I know they resonate with so many people. “
“In the past, I felt like it was so much more of a project than it actually was. “
“With Pollocks, I wanted to bring all of the elements together and I think that it was a great album.” “
Smock, born Jonathan Pollock, began writing songs in 1994 while he was living in Vancouver. “
With Pollocks, I wanted to bring all of the elements together and I think that it was a great album.”
Smock, born Jonathan Pollock, began writing songs in 1994 while he was living in Vancouver.
His songs, including “Babes and Busters,” “I Was a Little Boy” and “Little Red Riding Hood,” have been used on pop radio shows like “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and the ABCs “Jimmy Fallon Live.”
In 2014, he recorded a new album called “Walking With The Devil.”
The album’s title was inspired by a popular book, “The Wicked Bible,” by Terry Brooks, and it’s written in a style that could be likened to “A Christmas Carol” and John Ford’s “A Hard Day’s Night.”
Smocks last release was 2010’s “I Wanna Be Your Guy.”