A man with seemingly boundless talent, Luke Winslow-King again demonstrates his ability to deftly mix genres on his sixth album of soulful and heartfelt stories. While his last album largely surrounded the end of his marriage, here he’s faced with the passing of both his father and friend Lissa Driscoll, who co-wrote the opening tune, and pays homage with rich songwriting, radiant guitar lines and a timeless spirit that mirrors Petty, Springsteen and Simon.

Now residing back in his Midwest roots, Winslow-King’s years in New Orleans still elicit plenty of influence with Delta Blues, but he also treads on country-shuffling, rockabilly, gosepl and swampy rock ‘n’ roll. He has already done exceptional work, but here he’s at his best.

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