With each new album Sean Renner continues to forge a unique musical path, spanning genres from classical to hip hop, pop to folk, and playing the roles of artist, producer, engineer and everything in between. After graduating with a degree in film production and philosophy, Renner moved to London, England, in 2007, where he recorded his well-received album “The Blossoms of Armageddon” for the UK-based Urban Sound label. The record received airplay on over 150 radio stations across the U.S. and Canada, was featured on ETV's 2010 series, "Married to Rock", and will be featured in MTV's new television series, "Catfish", based on the 2010 documentary of the same name. Upon returning to the U.S. Renner continued to make a name for himself as a recording artist and as a live performer, and partnered with Morning Bird Records to release his 2010 follow-up record, “Sekhmet.” Fusing Egyptian folklore with neo-folk orchestration, Sekhmet has been hailed by critics as a "masterpiece" that creates a beautiful blend of sonic elements and paints a deep, lush, and captivating emotional landscape. In 2012, Renner captivated his listeners by announcing the 7 Days Project, during which he would write and record his next album in only a week’s time, and invited his fans to send sound recordings to be incorporated into the music. Released in the Spring of 2012, the music of Seven Days expertly merges electronic and pop influences with Renner’s distinctive ability to creatively blend sounds, displaying an elegant combination of musical and technical prowess. On stage, Sean Renner combines live drums, guitars, keyboards, sampling, and vocals using his own, unique style of looping. This, matched with his own live video and animation projections creates a truly engaging and immersive live performance. Renner's shows are true to his recorded sound, but make for a distinctly unique yet equally powerful experience. Both on the stage and in the studio, Renner continues to push the limits of his musical imagination, along with everyone else's.