New England, Pop-Rock artist Sean McCarthy was originally an acoustic artist whose performances combined seasoned, powerful vocals with highly energetic guitar playing. Recently working with a team consisting of a top 20, hit-making producer, a Juno award winning and multi-Grammy nominated producer, Grammy-nominated musicians and other top talents in the music industry, Sean's current release puts a fresh, new spin on his songwriting and sound. His music was recently featured in the award winning MZUNGU documentary.
“Everything Has Past,” Sean McCarthy’s latest release, puts a new spin on his sound after bringing together some of the top talents in the music industry. Produced by Steve Bertrand (The Tories, Avion), the record features drummer Kenny Aronoff (best known as John Mellencamp’s drummer), bassist Chris Chaney (Jane’s Addiction, Alanis Morrisette), guitarist Sean Woolstenhulme (The Calling, Lifehouse) and keyboardist Scott Simons (LA-based Solo Artist). Added to the mix were Grammy Nominee & Juno Award winner James “Jimbo” Barton assisting with engineering & world-class Mastering Engineer Tom Baker (Precision Mastering). The EP contains a power-packed punch of fresh, new material that will fit perfectly into the collection of any fan of today’s new rock music. Bertrand states of the new release, “Snow Patrol meets Kings Of Leon……the best recorded version of Sean McCarthy to date.”
Sean’s prior CD entitled “July” is a collection of three songs highlighting this artist’s versatility. The CD’s co-producer, Todd Bowie, has worked with The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac and most recently, Beck, among many other artists.
Fresh, driving & upbeat with resounding guitar hooks. The lyrical content of this song is based on losing a loved one and reflecting upon it. Would work well in a film/tv scene of loss & reflection, driving down highway. Male Vocals, Pop Music, Power Pop
This song is about being beside and looking at someone close to you, and in that moment, realizing that they are your soul-mate and you are willing to give yourself entirely to them until the end of your days. Great for TV or film scene w/couple in love or scene where "realization of love" occurs. Male Vocals, Pop Music, Power Pop
Exciting, alternative/pop/rock guitar driven song about independence, moving on and self-reliance. Would work in film/tv relationship-ending scenes, quitting a job, leaving town, going forward, driving down the highway, this is me, smile on my face, Male Vocals, Pop Music, Power Pop
A song about an intense love, betrayal and yearning filled with haunting piano & guitar hooks that slowly builds up to a wide-open, anthemic climax. Great in film/tv scenes of hard-fought, winning love, passionate reunions, family/love reuniting, Male Vocals, Dangerous Music, Edgy Music
A guitar driven, power-pop song about life's lessons and how everyone needs a shoulder from time to time. Would work well in film/tv scenes including loss of loved one (s), devastation, hurting. Chorus would be great for moments displaying a community/group/family coming together after loss, Male Vocals, Pop Music, Power Pop