There is no feeling quite like when the weather matches your mood. Who here doesn't kind of wish it was raining every time they're hungover? Well, it is quite literally raining in 'Rain Smell', a late track off Baths' 2010 Cerulean, which takes you from gentle rainfall through long-distance pining to chirping birds in just over four mellow, undulating minutes. Ethereal keys and a gentle beat act like two fingers on either temple, applying that circular pressure until the ache in your head dissipates. And if the pain doesn't go away, at least now it's raining in your head and your ears.

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