Westerners recently signed on with Kansas City label The Record Machine not too long ago, and also lost a guitarist over the summer, which means some experimentation with the lineup. The band also decided to start building a home studio for their next full-length album. It’ll be next year until we see that, so in the meantime they re-recorded two of their more popular singles to reflect their changing sound. This mainly centers around reworking the harmonies, which is a smart move since it’s the band’s vocals that really catch everyone’s attention more than anything.
You can listen to the songs below. “Dog Years” is a particularly stellar number and easy to groove to, listen to it when you need to wake up in the morning.