Drawing influence from the likes of John Mayer, Carole King and Prince, Wolf Moon’s second record is full of carefully crafted songs that were mainly written in lockdown. It’s not an album that would appeal to a typical country fan but the songwriting and vocal harmonies can be appreciated by all music lovers. The production, built upon the acoustic foundations of the tracks, is purposeful and effective. The album opens with ‘Variations On A Feeling’, the chorus, with those dreamy vocals intertwining and blending so beautifully to create a lovely soundscape, really adds character to the song. The standout track for me is ‘Tell Me What I Don’t Know’ with its skillful finger style guitar, the foundation of the song and it’s eerie vocal melodies is a unique addition to the collection.