Yes, It’s True. The Polyphonic Spree.

Yes, It’s True. The Polyphonic Spree.

Yes, It’s True. The above ostrich (or maybe emu) is to adorn the sleeve for the long-awaited forthcoming fourth (somewhat dubious Christmas release discounted) from Tim Delaughter’s The Polyphonic Spree and so below, they’ve proffered a preliminary glimpse into what it’ll sound like. You Don’t Know Me, perhaps aptly, sounds only slightly like that which we’ve become accustomed to from the perennially enrobed Dallas cult as it’s only slightly redolent of The Fragile Army, otherwise sounding more readily evocative of R.E.M., or Paul Banks’ independent endeavours. Though as Delaughter sneers: “Watch ‘em falling all around” we’re reminded of the band’s longevity and of their abiding ability to endure. And for that, they ought to be fully appreciated – all twenty-two of ‘em.

Yes, It’s True. is anticipated May 27th on the charismatically baptised Good Records.

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