Produced by James McKenty (Blue Rodeo, The Spades, Matthew Barber), 10 original tracks combine the brothers’ trademark tight sound, unmistakable energy and strikingly personal songwriting with an old-?school, live-?off-?the-?floor recording style. “WE” is the Weber Brothers most cohesive, concise album to date.
“If I had the Weber Brothers with me in 1952, Elvis would’ve been my roadie.”
“Enthusiasm, energy-wise the band is great…consistently they’re great.”
“…no slouches…ranging in style from country blues to southern boogie and swampy R&B…”
“I hate the Weber Brothers. Granted, it’s a hatred totally based on jealousy…you’d think another reel of the Basement Tapes had been unearthed.”
“When musicians see the Weber Brothers play, they go home and practice. There are no gimmicks…they’re the best.”
“…most exciting rock band…The Weber Brothers have swallowed up everything and created a bold blend…as tight as a New Orleans funk band…”
-Bob Mersereau, CBC
More details on “WE” will be released in coming weeks as well as plans for an upcoming tour.