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Sean Keefer Pulls On Your Heartstrings With His Emotionally Honest Ballad, "Sorry Anyway"

Sean Keefer is your everyday singer/songwriter and guitarist that simply writes about what it is he finds true to himself. He's all about crafting music that listeners can get lost in and aims to create an environment that is perfectly melodic, hypnotic, and moving.

Growing up in South Carolina, Sean Keefer was always getting transfixed by the sound of music, whether that was listening and enjoying church hymns as a child or singing in the local choir, a musical thumb was something Sean Keefer possessed. After a string of cover releases, Sean Keefer is finally recording and releasing his personalized sound, beginning with his single, "Sorry Anyway."

"Sorry Anyway" is Sean Keefer's heartfelt anecdote. Each word that he sings makes its way through the veins of listeners and finishes with an impactful punch right to the heart. "Sorry Anyway" offers a string of beautiful nuances from Sean Keefer regarding his vocal expressions. He blends many tones to establish a heartwarming country tone that is so ever characterizable of some of the best country-inspired ballads.

Without any fear of emotional vulnerability, Sean Keefer gives an honest reflection of his thoughts and feelings in "Sorry Anyway," allowing listeners to truly understand the kind of individual he is not only as a music artist but as a human. Listeners are given quite the spectacle into the life of Sean Keefer with "Sorry Anyway," and we hope this grand understanding of the artist only continues to grow with the release of more music.

Thanks for joining us, Sean Keefer. With the release of your first-ever personalized single, titled "Sorry Anyway," how are you feeling?

Sorry Anyway is a song that's been around for a few years. It’s always been one of my favorites, hence the reason it is the first song I released. What’s different for me now is that I always thought I really knew the song, but I realized that what I really knew was a melody and a chord progression. Now, that it's been recorded and produced, in a lot of ways, I feel like I’m just starting to really know the song. It’s like an acquaintance becoming a good friend. What kind of thoughts are circling your mind following this release, as well as your upcoming release "One Mistake”?

I'm still really just starting to appreciate these songs are out there. It’s a tad on the surreal side knowing the potential for new listeners really from all over the world. What's been the most rewarding for me so far are the messages and emails I’ve been receiving asking when there will be more songs released. For me, that feedback is incredibly rewarding and is a huge motivator to keep me focused on writing new material. If listeners could take away one meaningful message from "Sorry Anyway," which would you hope it would be?

We live in a time where all too often that which is important to us gets lost in the mix, if not simply overlooked. Be it work, friends, social media, what have you, there are a lot of things that can suddenly take over and stand in the way of what is really important. Sorry Anyway is about someone realizing that what was really the best for them is now just a memory and something that was really important has slipped away, maybe forever. My hope is that folks will listen to Sorry Anyway and maybe do something today that keeps them from having to say sorry anyway tomorrow. How do you see your childhood self in the current music you create today?

I experienced a lot in my childhood and I try to draw on that I my music. I think as we get older our experiences often get filtered through the maze of age. When I write, I try to escape this and really draw on the purity of youth. It’s not easy and is always a challenge, but one thing that the childhood I experienced was raw emotion and that's what I hope comes across in my music. Can you describe how "Sorry Anyway" is a reflection of you? What kind of effect were you hoping to instill with this song release?

Sorry Anyway is not autobiographical, but it is about emotions and events I've seen people close to me experience. I've always said my goal in writing music is to create a vehicle for the listener to make my words theirs. To give the listener the chance to escape, even just for a few minutes, and get lost in the music.

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