Sean Wyer

FRESH: ‘You Don’t Get To Call Me Baby’ – Sean Wyer

Sean Wyer debuts with “You Don’t Get To Call Me Baby”

British newcomer Sean Wyer has been writing and perfoming music for a few years now and has just released his debut single, “You Don’t Get To Call Me Baby”, inspired by Sean’s journey from a closeted teenager to a Queer pop artist and his own experiences of coming out and eventually becoming comfortable in his own skin. The song has a wicked beat and amazing synths that draw you in immediately as Sean affirms that you do not get to call him baby till he knows you’re the only one!

From his bedroom studio, Sean writes, records and produces his own tracks, which makes the production and sound of this first release all the more accomplished. For Sean, the honing of his writing skills is a constant passion and key to his artistic style is the development of a single core idea through lyrical, melodic, and visual mediums. In this way, Sean aims to make music that is rich with meaning and an immersive experience that fans can engage with on whichever level they wish.

Not only is Sean proficient at what he does, he also has experience as an artist, having toured with a number of bands and acts previously, most notably an appearance with the legendary Chaka Khan performing her classic hit “Ain’t Nobody” with the lady herself! Sean is already on his way to getting a name for himself and the release of “You Don’t Get To Call Me Baby” is his gateway to whatever happens next and a strong, poptastic introduction to Sean’s own creative abilities.

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So perhaps you’ve read an article or two that I’ve written and wondered “just who is this character?”! Well I thought maybe it would be time to introduce myself and what I’m all about. Well it’s all about the music! Having been born in the late 1970’s I was heavily influenced by my parent’s love of ‘popular’ music and rock and roll of the 1950’s and 60’s. My Mother always said she should of married Elvis and my father was, and is still, in love with Sandie Shaw! But while my Dad’s tastes stopped in about 1967, my Mum carried on loving music throughout the 70’s, 80’s and beyond. My first memory was playing on the floor whilst my Mother was ironing one day with the radio on, and hearing ABBA’s “Super Trouper” dancing my nappy off to it! Maybe that’s where it all went wrong…?! Having been subjected to all and sundry in my infant years, I finally found my feet in the mid-1980’s and began ‘partying’ to the likes of Culture Club, Stevie Wonder(!), Elkie Brooks and Bananarama to name but a few! The year 1987 would have a profound effect on my listening tastes and from thereon in my life would be dominated with buying and listening to music. Any number of outstanding songs were released and listened to that year, most notably “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now”, “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” and “La Isla Bonita”. That Summer my mind was completely taken over with music and sounds I’d never heard before and I was totally taken in by it all. My father would say “whaaar rubbish you got on naaaaao?” (I’m from Norfolk!) but I was hooked. And it continued so for the rest of the decade and the next. At the beginning of 1988 I ‘met’ my true love and the singer I’ve worshipped more than any other artist or group. You may know of her. She’s from Australia…! Aside from pop music, my tastes are many and varied and continues to grow and expand as I ‘mature’ in age. I’ve always been heavily interested in films and in particular the mechanics of film making and of course film music, so scores and subsequently orchestral music takes up a lot of my tastes and collection. 90’s dance and club tunes also takes up much of the space in my head and I’m surprised my brain has stopped shaking from the years of abuse it took being dragged to nightclubs, often three times a week in my 20’s! I find with each year that passes I regress back to my youth and of course the 1980’s. 80’s music dominates and the lust to see as many 80’s acts and singers play live now is insatiable. I’m still getting into the groove as much as every breath I take, but I’m never gonna give up listening to my heart and pumping up the volume, simply because I LOVE MUSIC…any kind of music!