Wrangling your emotions is a fight for survival. Bronze Avery writhes around in a pool of his own emotions, while also attempting to subdued them into a more sustainable state. “CRY A LOT” embraces those very public moments when tears stream down your face, as well as those more personal, cathartic cries in the shower.
“Just when I think I’ve won, I’m barely surviving,” Avery sings. He’s “at least trying,” and that’s what matters most.
Listen to “CRY A LOT” below.