What could improve on a new album from Josh Ritter?
Having the album produced by Jason Isbell, with Isbell’s band The 400 Unit providing instrumental support. That’s what.
This is I Still Love You (Now And Then), showcasing Ritter’s lyrical skill with an assured and expansive melodic backing. Maybe a little more country/rock than Ritter’s folk/rock if that’s a difference.

The passing of time can allow the feelings that saw broken relationships begin revisit.
Not to stay, but rather to remind of how far we’ve come.

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