This album is terrific. I consider myself something of an Indigo Girls connoisseur and their music makes up a large chunk of what I listen to on a regular basis, and in my opinion, this album is one of their best. It followed on the heels of "Become You", which I do enjoy parts of, but ATWLI felt very refreshing and at the same time hearkened back to some of their old classics.
As usual, there is a balance of "Emily" and "Amy" songs. Unlike in some of the other more recent albums, I feel like both singer/songwriters have provided strong contributions throughout. From Emily's side, the title track, Fill it up again and Come on Home are very good. From Amy, Tether is a strong rock-out rally call to action, Dairy Queen is a catchy relationship song, and Cordova is just beautiful and bare.
Overall this is a very strong album with equal parts plain beautiful songwriting, and infusions of the social conscience we've grown to expect from these two songwriters.