Toronto-based singer-songwriter, instrumentalist, and producer Shannon Chapman is back with this refreshingly splendid tune titled "Rain on Me". As the title suggests, it helps usher in an alluring vibe and soothing feeling similar to Petrichor. The laidback track is made up of silky guitar riffs, warm Wurli passes simmering over pulsating bass-driven grooves and sees Shannon wallowing in the cool feeling brought about by rainfall. Armed with her distinct vocal runs and honeyed melodies, she details an experience with the heat wave right before the rains came to save the day. Lines like “Feel like I’m melting away, Mercury been climbing all day, uh huh/ Heat wave got a hold on me/ Everywhere I go, Longing for the gentle winds to blow/ Gotta get out of town (get up and go), Pressure system keeping me down (keeping me down)/ These double digits will be the death of me, Climate change is all too real these days” are as vivid as they come and gives listeners a touch of her reality.