Emblematic of the album is the ten and a half minute The Mark Kozelek Museum, featuring him singing "diarrhoea, diarrhoea, diarrhoea". In fairness to Kozelek, he sings with a degree of effort and melody on My Love For You Is Undying, a track which almost succeeds but is ultimately sunk by a thirteen minute running time.
The one standout here is Banjo Song, which opens with some gorgeous, nylon stringed guitar evocative of 2010's Admiral Fell Promises, and some real, tuneful singing by Kozelek. The lyrics are pretty rubbish, though he does have a laugh at himself by singing "this is my banjo song but there's no banjo in this song at all".
In summary, the album is a distinct improvement on anything Mark Kozelek released in 2017. But that, it has to be said, is a very low bar.