This band continues to evolve, and impresses in every incarnation. This album has a bit of southern flavor but is still written from this band's unique musical point of view. Blaine, the main vocalist, has a beautiful voice and imbues the songs with soul and honesty. There is another guy who sings lead vocals sometimes, usually on the less emotional and more poppy songs, which are also great listening. Standout tracks include "You Had Me at Hello," which is sexy and melancholy at the same time, "The Hale Bop," in which the boys temporarily transform into the Bee Gees, "The Nothing," simple and pensive and beautiful, and "Lost in Austin," the most cathartic song on the album. If you ever have the chance to hear this one belted out live, you'll be lucky indeed. This album casts a slow spell, and the more you listen, the more you'll find you don't want to stop listening. Check out their older work, too. It's different, but also very good.