180 GRAM WHITE VINYL
After the punky heft and wildness of 2014's Hour of the Dawn, an LP that thrashed against expectation, La Sera returns with a set of songs that double down on the power of wry lyrics, glorious guitar, driving backbeat, and the occasional pump organ groove. Ryan Adams joins to produce the fruit of their union, La Sera's first live-recorded analog album, featuring 10 tunes about good love, bad love, dead men, and confused kids. As a testament to the chemistry that happened in that space, Music For Listening to Music To spawned another fruitful relationship: Adams and Wisenbaker hit it off and decided to start their own band. Instead they wound up recording a bunch of Taylor Swift covers, which became the 1989 album.