Sean Christopher grew up around music.
As a child in the Netherlands he would sit by his father while he played flamenco guitar, marvelling at the rumbling strings, at the taut technique.
It's something that has always stuck with him. His music contains a child-like sense of wonder, as well as incredible technical dexterity, softly re-shaping acoustic chords to find his own voice.
Debut album 'Yonder' arrives on May 11th, while new single 'A Thousand Hues' is out now.
“I read a story a few years ago about a Japanese man who lost his wife during the Tsunami back in 2011,” says Sean of the single. “He could not find her on land and decided to take diving lessons to search the sea. I was really moved by it and ‘A Thousand Hues’ was written soon after.”
A beautifully composed piece of music, there's a marvellous sense of balance in Sean's songwriting, with those lingering guitar notes underpinning his softly intense vocal.
Tune in now.
Catch Sean Christopher at the Social, London on February 6th.
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