I know basically nothing about Tobias Jesso Jr. He sounds an awfully lot like Ben Kweller, with his mix of folk, pop and piano rock. His songs are peppered with love loss and longing. It might feel like a warm spring here in LA, but in the early morning while listening to this record, felt very much like fall. The music is full of melancholy but no infinite sadness. There is a warm, like a sweater. It's nothing groundbreaking or original, but it is very well done, and this might now sound like the greatest compliment, but I'm glad I listened to this album. Pleasantly surprised, easy on this Sunday morning.