Born into a family of musicians, Jean Seizure wrote her first sappy love song at the tender age of 17 and hasn’t stopped ever since. Her works are inspired by heartbreak, life’s unfortunate mishaps and breathtaking miracles. She believes that the trials and tribulations that she has weathered are battle scars to be shared with people who are looking for a glimmer of hope. Mentored by Sara Wee from 53A, she is currently a fifth of local acappella group, The Apex Project.
Her newest single, Night, slated for release in April 2018 is based on her own experience in a fiery love steeped in toxic circumstances. She wrote the song after being cut off by an ex-lover due to misunderstandings brought about by outsiders of her relationship.
“I wrote Night two years ago as a way of coping with a love that I had to hide from the world because of how other people around us viewed the dynamics of our relationship. It was a time to that took away my voice and writing was my therapy,” Jean shares.
With no means to express her story, she turned to YouTube in hopes of getting her message across. It became Jean’s most requested original song, with different interpretations tagged to her lyrics by individuals from varying backgrounds who related her song to their personal experiences.
This single is titled Night to depict the transience of the night, which ends when day comes, bringing with it a glimmer of new hope. Jean hopes that Night would remind her listeners to think twice before making life decisions, which inevitably affect the individuals surrounding us.
Currently fully funding the single on her own, Jean is appealing for kind donations to make Night a reality by contributing to https://igg.me/at/jeanseizure with perks starting from “Thanks pal’ SGD5 accompanied by a personalized penned Thank You note to ‘Are you fuureal pal’ SGD2000 which earns contributors an Executive Producer title and a pack including her single, postcards, launch and more.