Singer and songwriter Sean Rowe’s rather astonishing singing voice evokes the sound of the ages. His big rumbling baritone bears traces of John Lee Hooker, Greg Brown, Wilson Pickett, and others, though it is utterly unaffected. Always been tied to the idea of having each record sound different from the one before it, there’s no exception with his new album. His writing is reflective of the story that he’s been living over the past few years–as a musician, a father, and a human trying to navigate this crazy world. It’s also the stories that we all share: the everyday stuff, and the big stuff. As always, he pours his heart into his songs.