Sounds Like ; for a British listener, the easiest comparison is a voice and style somewhere between an edgier James Blunt (sorry !) and David Gray. Better tunes and better lyrics than either. Style is piano led, with a ballady, acoustic vibe.
Standout tracks: 100 Years is probably the best track on the album, as suggested by most reviewers. The last song, Nobody, has that sort of killer chorus that makes you think it's been ripped off. If it has, please let me know, if not.....genius! To a slightly lesser extent, read the same for Maybe I (on which the vocals sound especially good), One More For Love and the quirky Disneyland with its pretty piano figure.
Quality control : could have cut Infidel, which sadly lacks a discernable tune.
Verdict : of the three FFF albums, this is the least consistent (just) but has probably 3 or 4 of his best songs. You won't be particularly challenged here, but it's nice and warm and fuzzy; and what's wrong with that?