Speaking of Archers of Loaf, the band’s classic sophomore album, Vee Vee, is set to be reissued by Merge Records in the coming new year. It’s been remastered by Bob Weston, who worked on the original record as an engineer and producer with the Chapel Hill, N.C. group. The reissue also includes new liner notes, revisioned album art, and a total of 16 bonues tracks. Not only that, but apparently Merge will also reissue Archers of Loaf’s All the Nation’s Airports and White Trash Heroes in 2012, too. You can stream the remastered version of “Harnessed in Slums” below. Vee Vee drops Feb. 21.