Really? I think this style really works well for him. It is a really cohesive body of songs. Brother's Blood
felt too disjointed. Fever Moon, It's Only Your Life, and Murphy's Song really mess up the flow for me. I feel like all of his albums have been too long. As much as I love everything he puts out, I can easily listen to Between The Concrete & Clouds
on repeat (which I have been doing). I absolutely love the album, and I am pretty positive it will end up at the top of my EOTY list.