I like this album a lot. It's fun, it's very human. I like how it delves into small, uncelebrated moments of daily life - a recipe or a shopping trip - and lets us experience them as something small but warm and precious. It keeps it intimate, even when it rises like an anthem.
There are some magnificent rhymes and well-crafted word-play. I'm glad every time I hear the conclusion of Jezza, a short coda to the first half of the record.
Good art, it gives me joy. They're worth seeing live, too.