Another Train

Album: Trouble & Love (2014)
  • Trouble & Love finds Mary Gauthier working through an extended period of grief. "I lost someone who meant a lot to me, then there was sadness from the loss and the phases of grief," she explained to Uncut magazine. "I tried to write it in a way that works like a book, sop each chapter would be a song."

    The record ends on a hopeful note with this song. "We all hope to have the strength to drag our ass to the station and love again," she said. "That's the cycle I tried to capture."

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