Ryland Fisher’s ‘Till It’s Over’ feels like heartbreak from the first note. A sweet mandolin ushers us away to a scene we’ve heard Fisher croon about before: a crossroads on the precipice of a breakup that somehow feels both premature and a long time coming. Lyrically and vocally, this is the most vulnerable he’s ever sounded. The lyrical picture is crystal clear with, “I can’t rewrite the words written on your face,” and, “If there’s a piece of your heart that ain’t broke yet, baby, maybe there’s still something left to save.” Is the battle of this relationship worth waging anymore? With desperation in his voice, we hear Fisher make a case for why it just might be.