Best known for his vivid, thought-provoking lyrical imagery, Sean Alan is an LA-based musician-singer-songwriter-producer who has been performing and recording original music for over 20 years. Sean has been the lead singer and guitarist playing with, and in, several bands including Blurry Stars, The True Love Band, The Atma, Squirrel TV, and Peppermint Wolf. Equal parts edge and heart, Sean’s ballad "In This World" earned some attention when it was featured on the hit TV show Better Things after catching the ear of actress-producer Pam Adlon. Sean spent a few years trying to cater to a growing fanbase interested in hearing his love songs, but after releasing a few romantic folk-rock records to lukewarm reception, he decided it was time to crank up the volume and get back to doing what he loves best. Raised on 90's alternative and 70's psychedelic rock, Sean's more recent recordings reflect his musical roots while tipping a cap to modern lofi indie pioneers such as Kurt Vile, Wooden Shijips, Parquet Courts and The Strokes. Sean has released a series of singles recorded in collaboration with friends and past band mates innovating under the moniker Blurry Stars. Regarding his latest release, "Streetlight Confession," Sean states: "It's the story of my life, about trying to make it in music, having a child unexpectedly, having to get a straight job, but not being willing to walk away from the dream." Punchy, vibey and real, the song speaks of the struggles of an aspiring artist told by one who has long walked the walk. Look for new music from Sean Alan and Blurry Stars scheduled for release in May 2021.