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Sunshine in the Rain

by Michael Barry, Paul Read
and Stormcellar

Also see their songs
Last Drinks at Glenrowan  and  Black Crow

Sunshine in the Rain (wonderful title) is the second song I've added to our website by the Australian band Stormcellar.

I loved Last Drinks at Glenrowan and once I heard Sunshine in the Rain, I asked Michael Barry if I could add it as well to show you the diverse styles of Stormcellar.

I hope you enjoy their music as much as I do.

Stormcellar performs at various venues all over Australia and you can learn more about them at the bottom of this page.


Listen to a 1 minute excerpt  of the song

I’ll be your sunshine in the rain

I’ll be your cure to ease the pain

When it feels like everything

In the world is set to try you

And it seems no one is standing by you

I’ll be your sunshine in the rain

Until you find your feet again

When you feel you can’t go on

And you’re tired of deciding

(That all you do is wrong)

And it isn’t worth the trying

I’ll be your sunshine in the rain

Cos you know that hard times have an ending

Even when I know you’re just pretending

That it doesn’t matter much


I’ll be your sunshine in the rain.

When you find you need a friend

When you’re reaching out for help

And no one will show a kindness

(And it seems there’s nothing left)

And there’s nothing to rely on

I’ll be your sunshine in the rain

Cos no one knows you more than I do

And when it’s all said and done

You’re gonna shine on through 

     © Michael Barry, Paul Read, Stormcellar 2010

About Stormcellar

Australian band Stormcellar's music is based solidly in blues, roots and country, combining influences from the likes of Canned Heat and Creedence. Stormcellar maintains a song writing focus and prolific output rate, with two albums of original material released in 2010 alone.

Crossing genres and styles, Stormcellar has been equally at home at blues festivals, The Tamworth Country Music Festival, Acer Arena, and spent a year as the support act for legendary Australian rockers, The Radiators.

Nuevo Retro (#1 on the Australian Roots Chart) has received wide airplay, including ABC Radio, SBS Radio. Channel 9’s Today Show featured the video clip for Dont Get Around Much. Their unique, self produced video clips are in regular rotation on Channel 31, TVS and Foxtel.


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