ATWOOD MAGAZINE: MICHAEL McARTHUR LAMENTS ON THE DARK SIDE OF LOVE WITH "EVER GREEN, EVER RAIN"

McArthur paints love as a “dancer without a partner” over a waltzing, hushed beat, bringing his imaginative lyricism to the forefront. Wrapped up in a neat three minutes, “Ever Green, Ever Rain” is brimming with analogies and personifications that prove McArthur’s profound introspection. Read More