HERE), Jim Bob sticks close to what he knows, which, happily, is also what he does best. It has the same kind of pissed-off pop melodies that characterised a lot of Carter songs, and the same kind of winding-down feelings that speak to the common man.
If it had been released under the Carter name, I don’t think many people would've known the difference.
Songs of Note: The Tesco Riots; The Ghost of Christmas Boring
3 bits of that out of 5