Publicly traded digital radio company Pandora today is launching a redesign of its core web music player.

The web app’s Now Playing view has been updated to look a lot more modern, instead of like something created in the previous decade. And it now more closely resembles the look of Pandora’s Android and iOS apps. Lyrics and upcoming tour dates are available when you click to get to the backstage view for whatever you might be listening to.

For the sake of comparison, here’s how the Now Playing page used to look:

Pandora's Now Playing screen before today's redesign.

Above: Pandora’s Now Playing screen before today’s redesign.

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Pandora is also making it easier to navigate between tracks you’ve already listened to. “From what’s currently playing, to station creation and organization, and the history of your favorite tracks, the updated features across the platform allow you to easily control your listening experience,” the company said in a blog post.

People who pay for the premium Pandora Plus service can now replay songs. But free users shouldn’t fret — now they can replay a song or skip more songs if they watch a video ad.

The move comes one month after Pandora introduced a new logo.

Pandora had 77.9 million active listeners at the end of the third quarter of this year.