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Now You've Really Done It

by The Webstirs

Recorded and produced by longtime collaborator Matt Allison (Lawrence Arms, Split Single, Alkaline Trio), the fifth album by these rock/powerpop veterans reflects a maturing of the band’s quirky pop style.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Saving the World
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2. Farther You Can Fall
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3. Jigsaw Mine
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4. Answers
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5. Easier By Now
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6. Ghosts
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7. Bright Sunshine
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8. Mystery Spot
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9. Haymarket Riot
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10. Chasing the Sound
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Recorded and produced by longtime collaborator Matt Allison (Lawrence Arms, Split Single, Alkaline Trio), the album reflects a maturing of the band’s quirky pop style. “We’ve grown a lot since we started,” says guitarist Preston Pisellini. “We were college kids having fun and partying all night. Now we all have families and jobs and responsibilities. We’re definitely a little older but, I hope, a little wiser.”

Still catchy and upbeat, the songs explore some darker territory than previous albums. Chasing the Sound, the album closer, is a tribute to Chicago music scene fixture—and the band’s longtime sound man—Gary Rogers, who passed away in 2009. “Change is inevitable,” says keyboardist Mark Winkler, “but we can embrace and celebrate those changes because we’re not gonna stop them.”

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