I have been a follower of Thrice for over a decade now - and have also closely followed Kensrue's solo career.
I watched Thrice evolve.
And have since watched Kensrue evolved as well.
This album is targeted towards a different audience than his previous solo albums, though it does offer some similarities in terms of lyrical content and overall musicality to his solo debut Please Come Home (2007).
This album, overall, feels like a love letter. It is beautiful to listen to, with Kensrue's hints of blues, folk, and lovely piano additions (my favourite). On it's release day (21/4/15) I think I listened to the album front to back at least 4 times. His voice, and his words, are absolutely captivating.
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