An excellent "Alt-Bluegrass" album (their self-styled genre) by a sadly underrated US band (located in the UK) fronted by ex-The Long Ryders' Sid Griffin. Think Hayseed Dixie without the covers (apart from Gene Clark's "Silver Raven") and a bit less country. Oh, and they're serious, though there is a lot of fun to be had on this offering. There's also a lot of uplifting melodies, intelligent lyrics, beautiful layered harmonies and some fantastic banjo additions by England's own Matt Woolvett. Well worth £10.98 of anyone's money, even if this genre isn't your normal choice of listening.