Sean Frazer is a singer-songwriter from Sydney, Australia.
After 10 years solo, two albums and a handful of tours, Frazer recruited a band in June 2019 to provide instrumental flavour to his catalogue.
The 4 piece pop-rock outfit has spent over a month in the Triple J Unearthed charts and time on the road with legendary Aussie rock band, Choirboys.
Frazer’s style of songwriting is catchy and melodic and has opened doors to supporting some of Australia’s biggest artists.
Frazer has shared the stage with Jimmy Barnes, Daryl Braithwaite, Pete Murray, Jon Stevens (tour), Sheppard, and Jebediah.
Frazer’s latest album The Morning Hours (2019) was recorded with producer Tim Carr (Matt Corby/Jay Z) at One Flight Up Recording Studios in Sydney.
Nick Wasiliev (Good Intent) describes Frazer's music as "disarmingly warm, a pick-me-up for those times in your life when you feel like your soul is being crushed."
Emmy Mack (Music Feeds) believes Frazer's "warm vocals croon and pluck at our heartstrings as deftly as he plucks at his acoustic guitar"
While Nic Kelly (Project U) puts it down simply to "a guy with a guitar and a story who wants to tell it with no bullshit bells and whistles.”