Suzie Brown’s ‘C’mon Rain’ an Authentic Slice of Human Emotion
Sometimes, it’s OK to go without a silver lining. Suzie Brown explores this notion with her tender new slice of Americana, “C’mon Rain.”
The Nashville-based singer-songwriter — a Montreal native who has also spent time in Boston and Philadelphia — released “C’mon Rain” as the first taste of her upcoming album, Under The Surface. The single offers compassionate assurance that sitting with sadness can often be a healthy and empowering part of the human experience. By owning the feeling and letting the “rain” fall, Brown suggests that we may gain the perspective needed to understand our circumstances.
“The only way out is through,” Brown notes.
A mother of two and a cardiologist by day, Brown has gained inspiration from the many hats she wears. This promises to show up on Under The Surface when it hits outlets on July 26. The album — which Brown considers some of her strongest work to date — touches on friendship, death, and other themes of the human condition, brought to life with help from producer Billy Harvey and highly-touted Nashville musicians Rafael Gayol, Michael Rinne, and John Ginty.
For now, enjoy a sample of what is to come by streaming “C’mon Rain” below!