34-year-old New Yorker Gavin DeGraw got his big break, not least in Sweden, through his song "I do not want to be" that was the "soundtrack-tune" for the television serie "One Tree Hill. And on his new - his fourth album - DeGraw continues to deliver strongly radio-friendly piano-based popsoul that made him famous. Most tracks on the album is polished catchy tunes that often breaks into big choruses. But there are also a few slower ballads, stripped, that I think is good for the album in total. First single "Not Over You" is one of the best tracks and tunes like "Run Every Time and "Radiation" all two other tunes well worth mentioning. But are they in the same class as the worldclasshit "Chariot"? Nope - they're not. But still an album that is a strong 3 in rating.