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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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
179 Ratings

179 Ratings

Ambigular ,

this man is a genius

this album is just one of his several amazing albums. his voice is beautiful, he's beautiful and the things he does with a guitar should be illegal. buy this album, you won't regret it!

JayBiiiird ,

Simply Amazing

Dallas Green has a way of cutting you open and making you bleed with him through every song. If you love City & Colour this album won't disappoint you. Every song has a story; every song is amazing. They make you just want to lie down and do nothing but exist in perfect peace. BUY IT.

ATLxAJZR ,

Stunning.

This entire album is a dream, I suggest you buy the entire thing. My favorite track is Hello, I'm in Delaware.

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