The Polyphonic Spree
w/Sweet Lee Morrow, and New Fumes
Thursday, May 17th, at St. Andrew's Hall
$20, Doors at 7
The Polyphonic Spree is touring for the first time in more than four years.
The Polyphonic Spree are releasing one new song at a time via their own label, Good Records Recordings, in both digital and vinyl single formats. The band released their first new music since 2007 last fall with the song "Bullseye," initially via an interactive iPad app (designed by Academy Award-winning Moonbot Studios) and later via Good Records Recordings. "Bullseye" was followed by a holiday song, "It's Christmas," originally recorded during the 2003 sessions for the Spree's second album, Together We're Heavy; and most recently, the new single "What Would You Do?" Audio and video of all three songs is available at goodrecordsrecordings.com.
Two other Good Records Recordings artists will support the upcoming tour dates. New Fumes, the project of former Spree member and Flaming Lips collaborator Daniel Huffman, and singer/songwriter Sweet Lee Morrow (a.k.a. Jesse Hester, another former member of the Spree).