I'm listening to Josh Ritter's lates album (released today), called The Beast in Its Tracks, and I'm absolutely loving it.

He wrote it after a difficult divorce, so it's got a lot of songs that capture moments of processing those emotions, but it's not dark and morose like, say Beck's Sea Change.

I'm alone at home now, sitting in the sweet spot with the volume up high, drinking a very tasty beer, waiting for the snowstorm to come force me to stay home from work tomorrow.

Life can be pretty good sometimes. smile
I can explain it to you but I can't understand it for you.