Track two, “If I Could Only Close My Eyes,” is a bit livelier. I personally liked it better than the lead-off track. The music leans more country and less rock than the title track. Track four, “Chemtrails,” gives the feeling that the album is alternating between the darker sound of tracks one and three and a more upbeat feel. Then “All Of This is Mine” surprises by combing the two different sounds given on the first four tracks. While the music has a more upbeat feel like tracks two and four, lyrically, it feels more like tracks one and three: deep and heavy.
“Tennessee & Pancho” and “An Act of Kindness” both lend themselves to a much more country feel and were two of my favorite tracks on the album.
This is the first album I’ve listened to by Krummenacher, and the music reminds me of Ryan Bingham. Country-Rock/Americana. Overall, it’s a very heavy album and there’s a lot going on lyrically. I’m sure it will take a few more listens to begin to understand more of what’s going on lyrically. But, if you’re a fan of Bingham and/or Adams, you’ll probably enjoy this album. I’m certainly looking forward to listening to some of Krummancher’s back catalog and exploring his other work.