Sophomore solo album See Me in Synchronicity by Wallace Vanborn front man Ian Clement. Going into the new year, Ian Clement can breathe a sigh of relief. While Wallace Vanborn's recently released 4th album is garnering high praise from supporters and critics alike, Ian's solo career is also back on track with his second album See Me in Synchronicity slated for a worldwide release on April 24. Ian Clement first made the scene as a solo artist in 2013 with his debut album Drawing Daggers, on which he conjured up a unique and intimate world, warm and moving, and occasionally somber, but always with a silver lining. His deep soothing voice and intriguing style of storytelling demand attention and have led to natural comparisons with the likes of Dan Auerbach, Mark Lanegan, Edward Sharpe, and Bill Withers. See Me In Synchronicity was recorded in 2016 with German producer René Tinner, renowned for his work with CAN, Lou Reed, and George Harrison. His less-is-more approach proved to be the ideal formula for Ian's new solo work. To capture the music as organically as possible, everything except the vocals was cut in single live takes at the ICP Studios in Brussels.