Putting out great discs for 20 years only to have most people associate your best tune with Hootie & the Blowfish might be enough to drive most bands crazy. Not 54-40. Though international success has eluded them, 54-40 have released consistently solid albums that have seen them grow artistically each time out. Here, lead singer Neil Osborne expands on the unique spirituality and emotion he invested in the lyrics of 2003's Goodbye Flatland, sounding quite poetic in the process. Former Matt Good crony Dave Genn has taken on guitar duties and helped pen some of the new tunes. Team their talents with Warne Livesey's (The The, Midnight Oil) excellent production and you've got an album that deserves your attention.