I've only played the album through once, but I love it and am looking forward to more listens over the next week or so.
Again it's not a rock 'n' roll album but this doesn't detract from the enjoyment factor. It's much less poppy ("chamber pop" being the apt description here), with simple, uncluttered arrangements and production. The piano stands out.
Again, typically evocative song titles and straight-forward lyrics. However I think Tim's been taking a few leaves from his brother's book and thrown in a few esoteric numbers like 'The Saw And The Tree'.
It could be his most personal album since Tim Finn. I agree with some who say 'More Fool Me' is a bit too personal, but overall I think it's a good bunch of songs. Tim definitely is getting better with age. Make that three good albums in a row!