This is smart, in a nineties grunge kind of way. It has a melancholy undercurrent that pulsates throughout
the track. There’s almost a Rubber Soul quality to the melody, and the vocal goes for authenticity rather than perfection. It’s not often I go right to iTunes to buy a single after the first listen, but this one’s in my personal collection already. I’m really digging it.
Listen: When it Rains
Buy: When it Rains