"...the Dallas-area music scene welcomes another seasoned artist worth bragging about."

-Jacob Moses, Bonfire Music

New Record, "Grown Up Problems" and Summer tour with Tyler Martin

"Grown Up Problems" Available on iTunes this week

Recorded live at Drive 35 Productions (the parent studio of Flint Creek Records), Zach and guitarist Tyler Martin tracked this 5 song EP in just a couple of hours. Without any editing or studio tricks, you're hearing these songs exactly as Tyler and Zach play them live. "Grown Up Problems" will be available on iTunes THIS WEEK and will be sold in hand-made packaging at shows along the Summer Tour route. 

"Beautiful is Gone" - Live Recording from The Foundry in Dallas, TX


Get "The Good Gets Better" on iTunes today!


"There’s such an unforced charm to Dallas-based singer-songwriter  Zach Balch’s sophomore album, Good Gets Better, that you can’t help but give yourself over to its amiable pleasures.  

The Lubbock native’s first full-length in four years, following his 2011 debut Verses, is a highly polished affair slipping easily between pop, rock, folk, blues, jazz, soul and country.  

Balch’s engaging tenor is the thread connecting the diverse compositions — produced by Balch and Bradley Prakope — which also features cameos from Austin’s  Grooveline Horns, along with area vocalists  Karyna Micaela,  Ellen Hinton,  Mikaela Kahn and  Sarah Sellers. 

Whether it’s the sultry lament  Follow You Down or the mischievously brief title track (which still gets its point across in less than 60 seconds), Balch makes heartfelt, sleek music seem as effortless as a sunny day."

-Preston Jones, DFW.com 

Click to read the entire review: http://www.dfw.com


"Zach himself is promising the album to be his most personal collection, claiming that it shares 'my heartaches, my failures, and coming clean about how I want to be.'  The Good Gets Better is an honest reflection on the past, his experiences, and his goals for the future, all presented in eleven neatly produced, stunning tracks with an honesty and wit that is characteristic of Zach’s music."

Mike Neid, Days with Destiny

Click to read the entire review: http://www.dayswithdestiny.com