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  • Writer's pictureBrian Delaney

The Collection Welcomes the Peace Beyond the Storm with "Rain It Down"

The Collection's latest single, "Rain It Down," emerges as a powerful continuation of the band's narrative, delving into the intricacies of holding space for each other's truths. Lead singer David Wimbish poignantly articulates the song's essence, emphasizing the importance of allowing oneself to be vulnerable and honest, even when the truth feels weighty. The track explores the challenge of expressing major life changes, such as breakups or relocations, and the fear of causing harm to others, yet, as Wimbish shares, breaking through those emotional barriers brings an intense sense of relief, making, "Rain It Down," a cathartic anthem for those navigating personal transformations.

The Collection's music transcends mere sonic expression, rooted deeply in the unbreakable bond among its members. Hailing from Saxapahaw, NC, the band places equal emphasis on fostering interpersonal community and relationships alongside their musical pursuits. Their journey, marked by tens of millions of streams and accolades from American Songwriter, Glide, Parade, and NPR Tiny Desk Judges' Picks, reflects a story of hard-earned success. Before signing with Nettwerk Music Group in 2022, The Collection had already captivated audiences with their raucous and rowdy performances, leaving an indelible mark on festival stages and sharing the spotlight with notable acts like The Oh Hellos, RIPE, Tall Heights, and Sammy Rae & The Friends.

In an era where authenticity and connection are often sought after, The Collection's, "Rain It Down," stands out as a heartfelt and resonant contribution, showcasing not only their musical prowess but also their commitment to creating a space where listeners feel seen, validated, and supported. As the band continues to strengthen their relationships, both within the group and with their ever-growing fanbase, "Rain It Down," serves as a beacon of emotional liberation and communal unity.

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