The style of @seanrhealey has an organicity that excites. His flows have a dynamic that seems melodious.
The instrumental section of “People in the world” asserts itself over a trap rhythmic base. With an accelerated hi hat. A melodic base that affirms the emotionality. And electric guitar arrangements that affirm the organic tone of his style.
The video has a simplicity that hypnotizes. We can see @seanrhealey in the everyday life of his apartment. An aesthetic proposal that narrates the mixture between housework and artistic development made habit.
The video – song set works with a perfect complementary synergy. And you can see it in this exclusive premiere.
PLEASE INTRODUCE YOURSELF
I’m @seanrhealey & I make audiovisual nonsense. I spend about 80% of my day working as a content creator for other musicians and companies, and about 20% making music and visuals of my own. Sometimes I write to process emotions, sometimes I’m just screwing around with phonetics. I love living on the line between creativity and technology- there’s so much to do and so many ways to be yourself!
DESCRIBE YOUR SOUND IN 3 WORDS
Trappy, trippy synthwave.
MAJOR MUSIC INFLUENCES?
Post Malone, Glass Animals, and Bon Iver.
HOW DO YOU FEEL WHEN YOU LISTEN TO YOUR MUSIC?
Hearing my music energizes me. I’m normally a pretty laid-back guy, but this song makes me want to jump around and pretend I’m on a stage. I laugh at the absurdity of some of the lyrics, and then I get hung up on other lines that make me say “yeah… I’ve gotta work on myself”. Hearing this music helps me jam out in the moment and leaves me with things to ponder.
WHAT IS THIS SONG ABOUT?
I’ve always hated office culture, and I wrote this song a few months after quitting the last dead-end job I’ll ever work. I spent years going home every night and getting as high as possible to forget about my perceived problems. “People In The World” outlines my life as a now self-employed audiovisual creative, happy to be here but not quite whole. It’s about coming to terms with the fact that I’m responsible for my happiness, that even after you’ve achieved your dreams, there’s still a whole lot left to do.