The Polyphonic Spree Release First Album of New Material in Six Years
Although The Polyphonic Spree were plenty busy in 2012, the large music group hasn’t actually released an album of new material in six years. That’s why the group made such an announcement recently. The new album, titled Yes, It’s True, is scheduled to hit stores on May 28.
The Polyphonic Spree continue to push the envelope with this album, with frontman Tim Delaughter calling it their most “unorthodox” so far. Production makes it unique; specifically, it was produced in stages, with the band deciding to record a holiday album midway through and then resuming later. The result is a diverse assortment of tracks. The tracklist includes:
You Don't Know Me
Popular By Design
Hold Yourself Up
Blurry Up The Lines
Let Them Be
Raise Your Head
What Would You Do?
Over their career, The Polyphonic Spree have put out four studio albums and have the distinction of performing at the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize Concert. In 2011, the outfit took an innovative approach to putting out music, one later copied by Lady Gaga and Bjork. Single “Bullseye” came out in an interactive iPad app format.
Over the course of 2012, aside from recording two albums, the group completed two U.S. tours, did a rendition of The Rocky Horror Picture Show in London, and put out a live concert DVD.
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