Sean Parker was born to a lower middle class family consisting of his father and mother, Bill and Kate Parker as an only child. His father worked as a radio DJ to support the family while Kate quit her job at retail to care for Sean. Even as a child, Sean has shown himself to be someone of great curiosity. He would spend a lot of time with his father, asking him questions about his job and how it works and listen to the different vinyls he collected with him. While his mother was the primary caretaker for him, he cherished his moments with his father a lot because of how little time he had with him. His interest in music made him want to pick up guitar lessons as young as 5 years old and at the age of 7, He got his first guitar and guitar lessons with a mentor who was greatly supportive of whatever Sean wanted to learn. During that time, Sean started attending grade school and was often ridiculed by his classmates for being socially awkward and having weird quirks, despite him not thinking he was any different. His mother got increasingly concerned with the way he seemed to develop in her eyes, while his father waved it off as him growing out of being socially awkward once he was older. When Sean was roughly 12 years old and about to enter middle school, his mother decided to take him to a psychologist to see if everything was alright. After a few tests Sean was diagnosed with ASD which changed every relationship he had. His father wasn’t able to cope with the idea of having a disabled son and out of shame started becoming more cold and distant over time which made Sean feel very isolated. His mother would make massive life decisions for him without telling him or asking him for his opinion in fear of her son not being capable of making his own decisions. In general she started to strongly infantilize Sean and feel overwhelmed and victimize herself because of the unnecessary amount of responsibilities she put on herself that Sean could have handled himself. Shortly after his diagnosis, his mother made the decision to send him to another guitar teacher without telling him. Not only did the sudden change make Sean feel very anxious and misunderstood, but the new teacher also didn’t take him or his dreams and wishes seriously. He was easily agitated and used most of his students (including Sean) as a counselor for his frustrations regarding others who were into more alternative and even experimental music. He would regularly shun Sean for doing the slightest things wrong which made him more and more frustrated to keep on making music.
As he entered highschool, Sean felt more and more isolated and growing more aware of the world around him. He became bitter, because he was never told nor did he understand what his condition does to him and how it affects him. The bullying got worse as well, he started being called slurs and lured into fake friendships as pranks. He started to hide himself and find and escape from reality with music, spending any money he got on vinyls and instruments. Despite that, he never quite found a music genre that resonated with him. Around the time when he was a sophomore, a new student named Debbie joined and was seated next to Sean. She took interest in Sean and tried to pick up a friendship with him. Due to all the people pretending to be his friend as a prank or to use him, he didn’t trust her at all tho. One day, Debbie decided to invite Sean over to an abandoned apartment where she would spend a lot of her time hanging out with her friends. Sean was nervous, fearing for the worst but as he arrived he realized none of the demons there meant any harm. Regardless, he was still extremely anxious to be there due to his trust issues but he liked the atmosphere and spirit of Debbie and her friends. Over time, he spent more time in that abandoned apartment and was slowly introduced into punk culture via Debbie and her friends. While he liked what the movement stood for and he really enjoyed the music, it was only when Debbie decided to take him to a concert that he really realized how much the scene and music resonated with him. He started being more active in the movement, to the dismay of his parents. His father waved the subculture off as nothing but a bunch of terrorists while his mother tried keeping him away in fear that he would get hurt. Sean felt more and more frustrated with how his parents treated him but no matter what he tried to do, they wouldn’t listen to him. During his senior year, he and Debbie started hooking up but the relationship eventually broke apart due to Sean not being able to express romantic feelings. That didn’t stop them from being friends as the breakup was mutual.
When Sean turned 19, he moved out for college but dropped out after the first semester due to an extreme burnout. He crashed at Debbie's apartment where he would live with her and her boyfriend. He didn’t see a future for himself, he played in a few bands and also solo but it brought him minimal income. He spent most of the money he earned in bars where he usually got drunk and hooked up with others due to a creeping fear that he needed to develop a romantic relationship. But these hookups didn’t end up in anything serious. One night he stumbled into a bar where he realized that one of his old friends, Ren, was an employee there and the two welcomed each other back with open arms and talked about how their life went. After Sean talked about how he struggled to find work Ren started talking with her boss, Jael, about letting Sean perform a gig. Jael gave her go ahead and a few days later, Sean performed at the bar and was met with quite a lot of support from the demons at the bar, more than what he usually was. After his gig he decided to talk to Jael and to his surprise, they managed to hit it off quite well. He started going to the bar more regularly and would usually talk with Jael if she wasn’t busy. After knowing each other for a while he started to hook up with her, but that didn’t last long either. Once after they had sex, Sean broke down and confessed that he feels worthless for the way he can’t express his romantic feelings and that he feels like it makes him a shitty being. Jael comforted him throughout his emotional breakdown and something about that stuck with Sean.
Sean spent the next few years trying to heal as best as he could while saving up for his own place, Debbie and her boyfriend helped him by letting him stay during these times and Sean was eternally grateful for that. During his mid 20s, he finally had enough money to move out into a small apartment which was a roughly 20 minute walk away from where Debbie lived. As Sean’s life began to stabilize more, he received a call from Debbie informing him that she was pregnant and asking him if he would like to be the godfather of the child, Sean accepted. But everything seemed to go downhill after Debbies partner left to escape hell to dodge his responsibility as a parent, making Sean a big emotional support for Debbie as she coped with her partner leaving her. Sean and Daniel developed a quick connection similar to siblings more than a godparent and a child and it only grew stronger the older Daniel got. A bit after Dans 13th birthday, Sean got a call in the middle of the night from the police as he received the news that Debbie was apparently murdered. A few days before the murder, Debbie witnessed illegal human trafficking going on in her neighbourhood and she wanted to report it to the police but was caught by the demons involved in the trafficking organization and brutally murdered so she wouldn’t rat them out. This news left both Sean and Daniel devastated, leaving Daniel without parents and Sean losing one of his first and only friends. Daniel moved in with Sean so that Daniel would at least have someone to support them while they were still in school. They started working part time as a fast food worker while Sean kept earning money by doing gigs which kept both of them afloat. Jael supported them both through their grifieng period. Bringing them food when money was tight and offering them company when they felt alone. Later on, Sean found out through rumors that a demon named “Leandro Salfur” was behind the organization and Sean swore to kill him if he ever got the chance.