Zaac pick is one our favorite up and coming artists this year. His blissful and noteworthy voice brings his musical essence to the world. . The song is a portrait of the singer’s struggle with anxiety and depression, the song’s swelling crescendos mirror the lyrics about finding relief in music. Most songs on his upcoming record “Passages,” were written fairly quickly, the recording process would test Pick’s resolve, when three months of unfruitful recording sessions nearly derailed the project. Pick floundered, and the sessions were ultimately abandoned. Pick started over with a new producer, Jonathan Anderson (Andy Shauf, Aidan Knight, Jordan Klassen), at his rural studio in Maple Ridge, BC (Protection Island). Returning each song to its essence, Passages was recorded with a newfound confidence in a rush of inspiration over just a few weeks. The album features contributions from a number of well-regarded Vancouver singer-songwriters and instrumentalists, including Jordan Klassen, Taylor Swindells (The Tourist Company), Bre McDaniel, Skye Brooks (Co-Pilots, Fond Of Tigers), and string arrangements by sibling duo Brian and Caleb Chan (Dear Rouge, Holy Hum). Passages is slated for release on all major music platforms May 22, 2020.