The two latest tracks released as part of his Songs of the Week project continue to prove how important Timmy Sean is to the worlds of pop and rock. When the two genres collide in Timmy’s world, gold falls from the sky. We are proud to be spotlighting Timmy’s work on a regular basis.
The 27th song released by Timmy this year is a fiercely realized, soul-tinged pop-rocker. You may remember that a live version of “On and On” was released this past March as one of the Songs of the Week. This is the studio version, a blazing, powerful number pressed into service with a commanding lead vocal, rich backgrounds, and a decidedly Hall and Oates-y vibe.
Timmy says: “Here is a preview of a song that will be on an upcoming release from my synth-pop side project, Sir Video, coming in the fall. I’ve been playing this tune live with Timmy Sean and the Celebrities since last year, and in fact featured a live version of it recorded at the Bitter End in NYC as a Song of the Week in March. It was also featured on a few Pro Tools and Reaper instructional videos by the producer of the track, Kenny Gioia (who plays trumpet on the track along with Brian Mahoney on sax). I’ve had a number of people recently asking where they could get the studio recording. So here it is!”
The most recent Song of the Week is another powerful pop-rocker, played in the thumping style of such artists as Ben Folds. “Seventeen” boasts an irresistible melody, pounding drums, an expressive organ part, and a hook that could catch an afternoon’s worth of fish. Once heard, this song will refuse to leave your brain. You’d best not fight the feeling!
Add Timmy Sean’s “On and On” to your collection by clicking here. Add Timmy’s “Seventeen” by clicking here. To get all of Timmy’s music, click here. And check back next week for another new Song of the Week!
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