Change is constant. Change is good. For artists, change is often equated with growth: new sounds, new poetic structures, new wardrobe, new colours. But, change can also be a rebirth.

Enter Sean Gadd. The British musician was a member of Grouplove but left the band a year ago to go solo. As Sean puts it, "Departing from Grouplove was the hardest time in my life; I was losing everything I'd worked for. Everything I had dreamed of since I was a kid." But that change in comfort was the motivation he needed to hone his own work. And the 405 is here with the premiere of his single, 'Radar Sounds'.

There is a bit of an alt-folk vibe a la Kurt Vile, but Sean breaks into himself on 'Radar Sounds', singing about coming to terms with change. When he sings, "There is nothing in my blood that defines me," that is not him proclaiming to the masses, that is his moment of awakening. As Sean says, "Radar sounds is the start of a new chapter. It's a chapter that awaits anyone whose heart seeks change and is willing to step outside of their comfort zone to make that change."

Get lost in the music of 'Radar Sounds' and embrace the change.