PREMIERE: Swim amongst the smoky surrealism of Sean McMahon’s new clip Show Me The Way

Already a celebrated songwriter in light of his previous work in bands across Melbourne, Sean McMahon has released a clip for his single Show Me The Way.

The single was released in November 2017, one which was superbly  produced and recorded by Roger Bergodaz at Union St studios. The clip itself goes above and beyond to include the people in McMahon’s life; packed with numerous characters in a crowded house, the sentiment of guidance and support could not be more clear.

Sean McMahon

A brooding, building acoustic rock ballad, Sean McMahon’s new clip Show Me The Way is shadowy, mysterious and alluring.

With poetic lyricism and a gritty, fuzzed out guitar, McMahon walks that fine line between edginess and vulnerability. If you’re after something profound but a bit rough around the edges, then Show Me The Way and it’s accompanying production are just what you need.

Of what seems to have been a strenuous filming experience, McMahon has shared:

“We filmed through the night, by four in the morning we’d flooded the long corridor with water and turned the place into something unrecognisable. The finished product is visual collage of glitter and grime reflecting so well the inherent meaning and psychedelic slant of the track”.

If you like what you see and hear then, get down to the official launch at The Tote in Collingwood on the 25th of March. Alongside accompanying acts who are yet to be announced, Sean McMahon will be taking the stage to showcase the new single and a score of other tracks.

With a sound which traverses  folk, rock and a smattering of indie pop, there is definitely something here for everyone.