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"Videogames" is the latest anthem from London based queer artist Sean Wyer

Written in one sitting, 'Videogames' is a bittersweet anthem that could easily be the game-changer in Sean Wyer's career. Adding more to the writing process, Sean Wyer states, "I was sat at the piano, and it just hit me that this is what I wanted to write. It was a really emotional experience. The lyrics came out of nowhere and suddenly took away all the confusion. It was like a lightning bolt of inspiration.”

Released June 4th, 'Videogames' may not have been out in the world for a while, but it's already turning heads. Gaining support from CLASH, CLOUT and Music Crowns to name a few, this track automatically gains legendary status. Speaking about his thoughts on the message of the track, Sean Wyer shares, "Videogames is really about missing people you love. Lockdown was incredibly tough in that way. I’d fallen for a guy, but I was scared to tell him. I spent my teenage years in the closet, so I hadn’t had many chances to experience these deeply romantic feelings before. It was mid-lockdown and playing video games was a way to take my mind off how I felt. I’d get lost in the game and it made it easier to not think about things. In the end, I worked through my emotions by writing this song for him.”

Stream 'Videogames' below.


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