And pay attention, they should. The eleven song cycle deals with the realization of a failed relationship and then the struggle to move on. \'Some of these songs are kind of old and some are relatively recent. A good test is if I come up with a musical part and it doesn\'t stick in my head, then it's crap. If it sticks in mine, then it\'s going to stick in other people\'s heads. There aren\'t any filler songs on here,\' Morris continues. \'It was kind of a purge. A cathartic thing. \'Sad Like a Sunken Ship\' came out of me like a sneeze and \'Memory\' took a lot of work to figure out what was going on.\' Sean Smith- \'The Fort Wayne Reader\' The album - filled with the hushed dynamics of Morris' guitar playing and his weathered vocals - features songs that teeter between emotive tales of alienation and shining examples of the quiet power of folk imagery. Emma Downs- \'The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette\'