Okay, maybe that's a bit of an over-simplification, but not by much.
There are a few exceptions: the lead single and title track of the album is one of the brighter and more unique spots on the album. It kind of struck me as a sequel to his previous song "Tomorrow," one of the best songs he's ever put out. "Sober Saturday Night" is another unique spot. It's got a toned back production, at least early on. Later on the song, it hits a bit heavy, but it's still a standout track on an album that is otherwise filled with nothing but sameness.
The only other real break in the repetition is "Underdogs," though it'd be a massive stretch to call the song any kind of standout. It only stands out because it's the only track that has any kind of tempo variation.
Aside from the title track and "Sober Saturday Night," this album feels so phoned in and safe. There's nothing to be offended by here in terms of content, only by the pure lack of effort that was put into this project. There's not one song I'd point to and say "I'd love to hear that as a single," but there's also not a single song that I feel would be an insult to hear on the radio either. This album just exists. Before December ends, I'll have forgotten all but one or two songs.