But despite their length, Harry's tunes seldom feel overindulgent. Quite the opposite: His intricate instrumentals and winding ballads benefit from having the space to unfurl in any direction. With a voice that alternates from a plaintive yelp to a bloodless mumble, Harry sings mostly bitter, broken tunes that make Mark Lanegan sound like a Bee Gee. He even veers into restraining-order territory when describing a failed romance on "Six Years Gone" and "I'll See You Again." But if Harry's emotions sometimes get the best of him, they're just as likely to get the best of you.