This is a modest debut EP of a singer songwriter from Bury St Edmunds, UK who describes himself as a "21st century singing cowboy".
Rundell also refers to his punk aesthetic which I guess refers to his DIY home recording work ethic.
The three songs are sad refrains but are delivered in such a breezy manner that they suggest things can only get better.
In the title track cold coffee and warm beer symbolize the fading of a bright future ("Your mother's worried, your wife's in tears") while Blame Flows Down is about seeking inspiration in order to rise from the bottom of the pile.
The third song,Never Asking You, recorded live for BBC Suffolk defines the kind of independent spirit any English cowboy needs as he rides off into the sunset.
Jack Rundell's website