Apricity: [UH-pri-sitee] adj.
The warmth of the sun in winter.
The bite of winter can be harsh. The healing warmth of the sun, even in subzero temperatures is a feeling that is practically indescribable. So much that there’s not a word in the common english dictionary for it. However, in 1623 Henry Cockeram recorded (or perhaps invented) the word which can only be found in the Oxford English Dictionary.
Our music is like the warmth of the winter sun. Life happens. Hurt happens. Sorrow happens. But there is nothing like the way the warmth of the winter sun will make you feel. Just like there is nothing like the way our music will make you feel.