10th studio album from the Folksy Brits that have helped hippies and punks put aside their grievances and become friends. You’d think that after 22 years they’d be running out of steam but they’re most definitely not. They’re still giving it 100% with an unshakable attitude to the political landscape and the human condition that works equally well at a protest rally or a candlelit pub with friends.
The slower tracks, while not as fervent, give you time to reflect and find perspective; the conviction is certainly still there. Brighton still rocks.