I like Keller a bunch, but...
The new album is a throwaway. A bunch of covers with the Keels on the first one (Grass), fine. But ALL covers with the Keels--save your money. He played the whole thing with them Saturday night at Smilefest and I'll be fine never to see that set again.
Also, I gotta say, the last three sets I've seen him do he has opened with "Breathe" and the same extended acoustic solo. I'd much rather see him mix it up and play more of his catalog than reverting back to the same set pieces every show.