Track of the Day: 'When Winter's Over'

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If it's still cold where you are, it's technically not too late to listen to this song all day today. "When Winter's Over" comes from the self titled album by Nashville-based, SEO-suboptimized singer-songwriter Torres (born Mackenzie Scott, which is a lovely, more searchable name, Mackenzie). Luckily, Patrick Bowman at Paper spoke with her in January, so you can learn a little bit more about her there -- specifically how she got her first electric guitar a year ago for Christmas. You can also travel back in time and see her at this year's South by Southwest.

The track is about weather and leaves, not emotions, so don't read too far into it.

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James Hamblin, MD, is a senior editor at The Atlantic. He writes the health column for the monthly magazine and hosts the video series If Our Bodies Could Talk.

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