I haven't heard this yet, but a friend of mine says it's gritty and good.
If you like your blues rock with a little more soul and gravy, BJL (formerly Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears) is where to find it.
Austin delivers probably his best album with Stay Reckless. It's definitely his most consistent.
Blending bluegrass, punk, country and folk influences into his unique sound is only the
beginning with Austin. His songwriting is among the best going today and that voice.
That voice.... if you haven't heard him, it'll take some getting used to, but once you do...