Surauchie Proves That "Sometimes" Pain Brings Forth The Most Beautiful - Earmilk

Like a calming peace in the middle of a storm, Surauchie’s “Sometimes” is an emotionally raw ballad of utter surrender. The Toronto singer captures the essence of feeling irrevocably disconnected, uncertain and alone. Surauchie opens up about being trapped in a cycle of dysphoria when faced with the dissonance of what the heart craves and what life presents, creating a melancholic psalm of coming to terms with the often bleak realities of life and realizing that all hardships eventually come to an end. 

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