10 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

At first blush, Dallas Green’s singer/songwriter debut as City and Colour was a far cry from his work with the Ontario post-hardcore band Alexisonfire. But like Alexisonfire, Sometimes is nakedly passionate, as forceful as it is fragile. Carried by little more than an acoustic guitar and Green’s soaring voice, the album explores tour fatigue (“Hello, I’m in Delaware”) and interpersonal bitterness (“Day Old Hate”) with a simmering mix of tenderness and tension—the intersection of punk anger and folk confession.

EDITORS’ NOTES

At first blush, Dallas Green’s singer/songwriter debut as City and Colour was a far cry from his work with the Ontario post-hardcore band Alexisonfire. But like Alexisonfire, Sometimes is nakedly passionate, as forceful as it is fragile. Carried by little more than an acoustic guitar and Green’s soaring voice, the album explores tour fatigue (“Hello, I’m in Delaware”) and interpersonal bitterness (“Day Old Hate”) with a simmering mix of tenderness and tension—the intersection of punk anger and folk confession.

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