For one so young, this kid has a lot to say. He just doesn't say it with words.
Shai Maestro is a pianist with the skill of a classical instrumentalist, yet his music has all the sophistication and edginess of jazz, combined with the power and excitement of rock & roll. His most important gift, however, may be his ability to choose the right musicians to work with. These three play together like they are psychically linked, where the parts they play are of equal importance and obviously highly valued by the others.
I recommend getting the entire album. Every song on it is well done and has something different about it. You can only get the signature song, One for AC, by buying the album, which is a practice that some may find annoying, but in this case I'm glad. I don't have a lot of money to throw around, so I might have just bought that one song if I could have, but what I would have missed out on is worth a lot more than I paid. Other tracks I especially like are Brave Ones (about his grandparents, I think), Painting, Angelo, and the Flying Shephard. And Silent Voice.
These guys have hit the ground running. At their recent concert in Paris that was supposed to be for the debut of this album, they opened with a song they haven't recorded yet. (Last I checked there was a podcast of the concert up on the website of French radio station TSF Jazz, where they played a more expansive version of One for AC.) This trio has a very bright future.