David Crosby will officially release his new solo album, Sky Trails, next week on September 29, and the entire record is available for streaming today via NPR Music.

Sky Trails follows up last year’s Lighthouse and was recorded with production and songwriting input from Crosby’s son James Raymond. Crosby spoke with NPR about the album’s jazzy influences, along with inspiration from the likes of Steely Dan, Joni Mitchell and more, along with his ongoing opinions on the state of the US government, and Congress in particular.

Listen to the full album and read Crosby’s thoughts on the effort here.