Hailing from Boston, Massachusetts, Sean Leary is a mixed bag of talent in the realm of pop-punk. As a gifted singer-songwriter and producer, he taught himself how to create and record his original works, having done this process independently since he was a teenager. However, Leary also has a passion for comedy and set his efforts on stand-up comedy, TV, and production for five years when he graduated.
Once Leary has accumulated essential experience on that side of entertainment, he decided it was time to shift his focus onto music. In 2020, he began cultivating his signature style of pop-punk, influenced by historic acts like New Found Glory, Sun 41, and Blink-182. Leary's sound brings music enthusiasts back to the raw authentic sound of the post-90s and 2000s while infusing his own modern twist.
From the birth of his project, Leary has already dropped a mesmerizing debut album EMO POP and iconic singles like "Maybe I'm Enough" and "Let Me Break My Heart Tonight". He now returns with prestigious lyricist Vana Beara on their brand new single "I Don't Like You". Speaking on the inspiration behind the track, Sean shares, “I Don’t Like You” is a song I wrote about a bad breakup I experienced a few years ago. The lyrics and the way I’m singing them reflect my resentful and immature perspective at the time, blaming the relationship being unsuccessful completely on the other person, and not taking responsibility and accountability.”
Throughout the song, Leary speaks on his struggle with alcoholism and addiction, as well as feelings of angst and pettiness that he felt during the breakup. The combination of Leary and Vana's harmonious vocals and the melodic sequences of the guitar is breathtaking. "I Don't Like You" is a pop-punk anthem that anyone can relate to and shows Leary's dedication to his musical craft.