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Sean Thompson’s Weird Ears self-titled full-length debut (out late april 2022 on Curation Records) centers the seasoned singer-songwriter/guitarist in the immediacy of the present moment. Born and raised in Nashville, Thompson cut his teeth playing in a slew of projects around the city’s rock, folk, and experimental scenes both as creative collaborator and session player, spanning from the experimental math-rock of Gnarwhal to the psychedelic country rock of Teddy & the Rough Riders, Promised Land Sound, or Skyway Man, to more recently joining singer-songwriter Erin Rae as a one-man-right-hand band. When asked about the connective throughline in his projects, Thompson doesn’t hesitate: “From Gnarwhal to now, I’ve always wanted to make something that feels alive.” Taking equal inspiration from the improvisational grooves of the Grateful Dead as well as the craft of songwriters like JJ Cale & Joni Mitchell, Thompson’s songwriting debut marks the arrival of a unique voice grounded by wide-reaching, generous ears.

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Sean Thompson's Weird Ears

Sean Thompson's Weird Ears

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Saturday Drive 3:21

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Before The Flowers Bloom 4:24

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Curse The Conscience 3:18

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Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

Sean Thompson’s Weird Ears self-titled full-length debut (out late april 2022 on Curation Records) centers the seasoned singer-songwriter/guitarist in the immediacy of the present moment. Born and raised in Nashville, Thompson cut his teeth playing in a slew of projects around the city’s rock, folk, and experimental scenes both as creative collaborator and session player, spanning from the experimental math-rock of Gnarwhal to the psychedelic country rock of Teddy & the Rough Riders, Promised Land Sound, or Skyway Man, to more recently joining singer-songwriter Erin Rae as a one-man-right-hand band. When asked about the connective throughline in his projects, Thompson doesn’t hesitate: “From Gnarwhal to now, I’ve always wanted to make something that feels alive.” Taking equal inspiration from the improvisational grooves of the Grateful Dead as well as the craft of songwriters like JJ Cale & Joni Mitchell, Thompson’s songwriting debut marks the arrival of a unique voice grounded by wide-reaching, generous ears.

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