Welcome back! In the season 2 premiere our host Roman Cooper is at it again talking homelessness, punk rock, and substance abuse counseling with Sean Romin. Born to a hippy mother who was friends with members of the Manson Family in Southern California, Sean Romin has gone from young drug addict to homeless outreach advocate all while passionately pursuing punk rock as a member of Decry, Schleprock and The Generators.
“I remember I’d snort a line of meth and I’d literally feel the sense of humanity just leave my body. It just is gone. It just pours out of you and then you’re like, you know, how you are when you’re on substances and you don’t feel… Being able to feel- it’s great! Being able to have emotions, being able to cry… and to be able to put that in your music. Because, you know, if you can’t feel the emotion, then how can you put in in your music? You can’t.”
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