A really beautiful and melancholy introspective of the life of Earle’s late son JT, who this album is dedicated too. Earle manages to find the happiness in the memories of JT, musician himself, to create a joyful celebration of his life. A really lovely and upbeat memorial. The quality of the songwriting has elevated Earle even higher since his last album which isn’t even a year old (it placed 47th on my 2020 list) and you can see the change in tone and perspective since his last LP. It’s the work of a true songwriter, who is chronically underrated if you ask me, and the way in which he turned his pain into art is nothing short of breathtaking.