A third release for singer-songwriter Coupland, a rising folk favourite in the Toronto scene. This is a five-track EP highlighting her emotionally charged writing, heartbreak with an edge, and a beat too. This One's For The Road is a break-up song with defiance in its tempo, hitting the road with a groove going on. She's also got a knack for spotting the problem and saying it clearly: "You're always asking questions, searching for holes in my words, you don't trust me." Nobody likes that feeling,and kudos to her for putting it so plainly. I find her writing highly effective.