Sean Ellis | Seep

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Seep

by Sean Ellis

"SEEP," a debut album consisting of piano and vocals, consists of both classically and indie driven music.
Genre: Pop: Piano
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1. The Games We Play
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2. Song of the Intellect No.1 (Thoughts)
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3. The Bears in the Jungle
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4. Pumpkin Head
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5. Avalanche
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6. Song of the Intellect No.2 (Reprise)
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7. Meditation
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8. Song of the Intellece No.3 (Bridge)
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9. Flowers Bend
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10. People
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11. Wait & See
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Quinn

A Mystical and Triumphant Album
Sean Ellis’ debut album ‘Seep’ really hit it home for me. Ellis explores the vast melodic piano and his inner voice. His strong, wondrous, sound creates vivid images. Sean continues to deliver powerful, but subtle, insights of his experiences in his music. The beautiful piano matching with his unique voice generates an unheard of type of sound.

My favorite track on the album changes daily, but right now – my favorite song is ‘Pumpkin Head’. Ellis’ speaks the truth while exploring the dark and light territories of his soul.

'Seep' is an outstanding and uncommon. It is truly one of the greatest albums I own, if not the greatest.