I bought this album having seen the band live in Saarbrücken, Germany.
To give a lazy description of the kind of music on here, I would say it's Steve Earle meets Teenage Fanclub, and it's an intriguing and resoundingly successful mixture. Such comparisons don't begin to do the Endrick Brothers justice though. I have been listening to it the last couple of days, and it's pretty addictive stuff, very uplifting with some really nice touches. The first track on the album, 'Thorns on Every Rose', was penned in conjunction with Ryan Adams, and it's definitely a strong track. Having said that, there are no weak songs on here.
Having not yet listened to the band's first album, I can't make any comparisons with that, but for me this band is a relatively unknown gem with bags of talent, and I'd recommend this album to any true music fan, especially to fans of jangly Byrdsian harmonies or alt country. Give it a try! It satisifed me, and I've been listening to it with more enthusiasm than I have any new record for quite a while.