Sean Taylor wrote his new album "through the prism of my life as a troubadour, travelling from town to town finding stories for the songs."
That's one of the things he manages to do well in this record - convey a sense of storytelling that should have the listener sticking with him throughout all 10 tracks.
Recorded with producer Mark Hallman in Austin, Texas and featuring Danny Thompson on double bass, it's a pleasure to listen to.
Sean's vocals are tender at times yet powerful and gravelly when needed, and that - alongside his terrific skills on the guitar - are exactly why he's able to put those listening in a state of comfort within seconds.
'Biddy Mulligans' - the second track - is a treat for the ears - one you don't feel guilty after consuming over, and over again.
Another song - 'London' - should put a smile on the face of anyone who's had the chance to visit the city.
What's obvious here is that this is a man who knows his craft well. He's worked hard to get this album together and his efforts don't go unnoticed.
'Chase The Night' is out now.