Musician David Pollack's music is soulful and melodic, and the New York native's inspiration was from such diverse music influences as Paul Simon, the Beatles, and Weezer. He spent much of teen and adult life making music and performing at multiple venues in the New York City rock club scene. He recently moved to Portland to pursue those chill west coast vibes. When he was in college, Pollack recorded and released an EP of tracks titled Out the Other Side. He spent several months touring in support of the EP, and continued his studies at Fordham University in New York. He then performed in several bands of varying genres, including indie, pop and rock bands. Afterwards, in 2014, he released his debut full-length record, Put It Into Works, mixed and mastered by Grammy winner Jon D'Uva.
His second EP, When the Lights Turn Blue, was released in 2015 and themes of depression on the EP resonated with listeners and critics. He released his single "Crashing Through a Loss of Sound" in 2016, which is about the pain of loss. With his newest single, "Windy City," the song sets the tone for the perfect summer vacation single. This is the second single of is Summer Single series, among a few others. Stream "Windy City" in the music box below, and keep up with David and his upcoming music, tour dates, and more by checking out his website.