Rolling Stone Country: 10 Best Country and Americana Songs of the Week
With its double-tracked vocals and kaleidoscopic pop twists, "Always Enough" channels the hushed, lo-fi symphonies of Elliot Smith's Figure 8. Far from a mere nod to his influences, though, the song finds John Calvin Abney making peace with his biggest champion and simultaneous critic: himself. "Can't you see that we were always enough?" he asks, turning the song into an ode to self-actualization.