Starting today (February 1), the band will make available previews of tracks from their upcoming album, unreleased past material, remixes, demos and work-in-progress versions of future songs.
The band had previously given away the demos for their third album Songs For The Disillusioned via Bandcamp on Christmas Eve 2012.
"After all the interest we received in terms of downloads/plays/streams of the demo album, we thought it would be nice for people to be able to hear how two of the songs had already developed from those skeletal 2011 demos," the group said.
The first package, which is available via Bandcamp now, is a reworked, updated and unreleased version of single 'I'll Keep You Safe' and a full-length version of 'Hardly Knew Me'.
Each package will only be available for the duration of that month.
The Others admit to being inspired by The Wedding Present's 1992 Hit Parade project, where the Leeds group released a two-track limited edition single every month.
The group are now in the studio working on the final versions and physical release of Songs For The Disillusioned, and will then start work on the follow-up.
The Others are Dominic Masters, Johnny Others, Jimmy Lager, Joseph Gardner-Lowe and Eddie Darko.
Originally signed to Alan McGee's Poptones label, the group's self-titled 2005 debut included the tracks 'This Is For The Poor', 'Lackey', 'William' and Pete Doherty-inspired 'Stan Bowles'.
Watch The Others' music video for 'This Is For The Poor' below: