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It's often hard to add variety to the 'singer/songwriter' genre. With so many crooners singing heartfelt lyrics behind a guitar, Sean Hayes
adds some color to the mix with his reggae/R&B-influenced folk songs. His track "F-cked Me Right Up" has already gained popularity after being featured on HBO's "Bored To Death," and now we've got another typically Hayes-ian tune with "Miss Her When I'm Gone."
"Miss Her When She's Gone" features a bluesy piano, grooving bassline, and a signature voice that's only half of Hayes' appeal. His soulful insight in his songs offers a refreshing wisdom that's beyond his years and a legitimacy to his sound that's uncommon in today's music world. Check out the premiere below.