First I saw him in that Islands video for "No You Don't" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTzA8XejLxE) which was cool.
Then he joined Mister Heavenly with Nick Diamonds and I thought that album was great.
Now he's doing it for himself, taking time out from filming such modern classics as Superbad, Arrested Development and Juno to release an album of his own.
To be fair, it's a lot better than I was expecting, quite like it actually. Funny thing was, it reminded me more of Alden than Nick. Not really that funny though, not funny at all when you think about it, which you probably shouldn't.