Gavin DeGraw, the pop singer who rose to fame in 2003 with “I Don’t Want To Be,” released his sixth album today. Like most of his work, this album is heavy on the romance and yearning combo. The exception is his single “Best I Ever Had,” which sounds like a mix of country and Mumford & Sons, but nonetheless is extremely catchy and a refreshing change to the usual sweet, gentle ache found in his music. If you’re familiar with the New-York based artist, this album will sound extremely recognizable and Gavin DeGraw-y, in the best way possible. Hey, why should he fix what’s not broken?