London-via-Australia musician Sean O'Neill will be releasing his EP Visions on 20 October, and we're bringing you the first taste from that today titled 'Carried in the Wind'. He recorded Visions at Hackney's Urchin Studios with Dan Cox, who has worked with the likes of Thurston Moore and Lianne La Havas, and marks a definite step forward and maturation from the folk stylings of his past work.

It's pretty natural to be inspired when you move across the world from sunny Australia to grey London, and that's exactly what Sean O'Neill did for Visions. He threw himself into studying the works of composers like Arvo Part, Phillip Glass, and Brian Eno, amongst others. His previous track 'Vienna' was pretty popular over the last four months, and 'Carried in the Wind' has the kind of confidence, emotion, and intricate musicianship (courtesy of some of London's rising avant-garde and jazz musicians) that will only see him growing even bigger.

Listen below.

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