The new Glossary album Long Live All of Us feels a little sunnier than their recent output. It's something in the production — six albums in, a slight lightness has entered the Murfreesboro stalwarts' gait. Songs move with a pronounced, soulful shuffle, and Springsteen-ean horns add vintage flavor to tracks like "A Shoulder To Cry On" and "Under a Barking Moon." That said, frontman Joey Kneiser has been quietly revealing himself as a master balladeer. (If you haven't nabbed his hushed, magnificent solo record All-Night Bedroom Review as a soundtrack to the upcoming cold winter nights, go do so. Quickly.) Some of the best moments on Long Live are the most delicate. The wonderful mid-album duo of "Nothing Can Keep Me Away" into "Everything Comes Back" has a moody glory, while Kelly Kneiser's delicate harmonies elevate "Some Eternal Spark." In the end, despite some inevitable shifts and changes, this is a new Glossary record — another lovable long-drive killer from a band that wouldn't know how to quit. There are dead leaves, Joey's distinct, emotive guitar work and an inevitable focus on the redemptive qualities of playing rock 'n' roll.