Folk Rock Artist David Omlor Emerges Onto the Scene with Powerful Debut Album “Entropy”

Consisting of 9 unforgettable songs, it's available everywhere now

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Florida based singer-songwriter David Omlor is an artist that should be on every Folk-Rock and Americana lovers radar. Storming onto the scene with passionate debut album “Entropy”, the release brings back experimental and variety to the world of Folk and Americana. With a sense of freedom throughout the tracks, the exquisite release has already received rave reviews from The Ark of Music and SleepingBagStudios. David’s first solo album sees him push boundaries not only musically but also via songwriting too. 

Drawing inspiration from artists such as Jason Isbell, Ben Harper, Aimee Mann and even Phoebe Bridgers to name a few, David refuses to follow your typical rulebook, and that’s what makes him stand out further from the crowd. From first track ‘Let You Know’ and its vibrant production, this is a track that you can simply get lost in and forget any sort of worries you may be feeling. To sentimental numbers such as ‘Truth’, ‘Falling All Apart’ & ‘Ghosts in Oklahoma’ pulling at the heartstrings, there’s also many moments of energy and optimism in tracks such as ‘It Ain’t Over’, ‘Surprised’ and ‘Overflow’. 

Sharing his thoughts on the album process, David explains, “During the complete insanity that was 2020 I locked myself in and created a solo record titled Entropy. Through the magic of modern technologies like Dropbox and Zoom I was able to collaborate with amazing musicians from all over the US to put together nine songs that try to make sense of an extremely strange and difficult time and come out of that darkness with some hope.” 
 
Having grown up with listening to the greats such as Bob Dylan and George Harrison, you could say that music is a way of life for David. Knowing his way around the industry, David plays in a Florida based band called Benjamin Road. Playing large festivals across Florida with Benjamin Road, David was also in an Philly band called Somebody Else’s Problem. SEP even played some shows warming up for George Thorogood & The Destroyers, who you will remember from their iconic track ‘Bad to the Bone’!  

David has also shared the stage with Martha Velez who is known for her work with Bob Marley. Speaking about this experience, David states, “Martha’s husband was playing viola with my band and she came and sat in with us. I had no idea at the time that I was singing Bob Marley songs and Van Morrison songs with a woman that actually performed them with Bob Marley and Van Morrison!” 

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June 11, 2021 12:36pm ET by Quite Great  

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