There comes a time each day when I need to listen to Mr. M to keep my sanity. With the plethora of places my mind wanders, Lambchop’s latest release is able to always bring me back to center. The entire album is gorgeous, walking a line between delicate folk and baroque classical music from another decade, resulting in a group of songs that is just incredibly fluid. “Gone Tomorrow” is Mr. M at its finest. A delicate finger picked guitar creates the small-town back drop while Wagner’s romantic vocal’s paint the scene of an afternoon drink in an empty local bar. Piano flourishes add beautiful detail leading into a chorus that leaves me speechless with every listen. As if the song didn’t already make me weak, breathtaking string arrangements fill the gaps, creating a wonderful bohemian contrast to the track’s steadfast simplicity. This Sunday morning listen to “Gone Tomorrow”, but listen to Mr. M in full and start the day absolutely centered.