I've heard half a dozen or so Mofro tracks before this - some I thought were very good, others I thought were just average but I think that this new record is very consistent, with singer JJ Grey being outstanding throughout - he sounds like a young Paul Rodgers. The band also have that poise and spare assurance of Free in the way that they approach their sound, producing relaxed and soulful tracks. There is lots of variety here, from the opening swampy 'Diyo Dayo', to the funk of 'Slow, Hot & Sweaty', the beautiful ballad 'Beautiful world' and the closing dramatic blues 'Lullaby', with Derek Trucks adding some extra gloss with his distinctive slide guitar. However, despite this variety they manage to pull off the difficult trick of linking the tracks with an overall band sound, with good guitar, keyboards and a cracking rhythm section. Excellent record.