With folk echoes that crackle, ricochet and merge under an aerial song, here is Sean Waters and the Sunrise Genius with Flexibility Blues. In notes with both languid and stellar overtones, this talented artist captivates in iridescent harmonies of soft breezes. Like memories in melody, Sean Waters reveals the poetry of tender beauty, he has an amazing singing voice,  it’s pure and rich and her performance is very professional. The song takes the blues motif of losing the one you love into a quirky anthem for misfits refusing to fit into existing social ideals. and into a plea for mental health in an age where “We’re all just animals / Living on the internet.” The vocals, like the lyrics, are fun, feel good, and stress-free. A nice prospect on the horizon. In the meantime, getting away from it all is possible with this pretty title with folk sparkles.


Sean Waters makes feel-good indie rock music to remind us of the ecstatic joy and power of new beginnings. Inspired by neo-hippies Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zeroes, and retro rock powerhouses Nathaniel Ratliff and the Night Sweats, Waters offers Rocky Mountain crafted songs about love and death in 21st Century America.

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