Grace Weber is one of those rare musicians whose voice transcends time. It’s loaded with history and deep introspection. Some might consider it wise. And perhaps it is. “Till I Hurt You,” one of the standout tracks from her album The Refinery, is lyrically rich and hangs in the air with a surrendering regret. Its swelling string arrangement by Eric Joseph Meyer and Weber’s powerful chords tell the tale of lost love perfectly—multiply those emotions tenfold when she performs it in the shower. To say we got chills filming this would be putting it lightly.