THE POLYPHONIC SPREE Cover INXS – And More Sprees To Come Soon

13 April 2021

Texan 20+ choir-rock sensation THE POLYPHONIC SPREE produced splendid,
sonic waves with 4 excellent albums between 2002 and 2013 but also shook
half of the globe with their spectacular gospel-like-church-gatherings (I know,
I saw them once in Belgium, filling a whole stage and making the crowd go
totally ecstatic).

After being quiet for a while they returned last October with an EP
of covers and now they announced not one but two new albums.

A full album of covers called AFFLATUS arrives this Friday.
And the other one, with new original material, arrives later
in the year.

Tracklist below.

The band says: “We’re back! Our new album ‘Afflatus’ is out this Friday, with
ten covers songs that mean a lot to us. It’s been a crazy year and we’re so happy
to be back in the studio working on a new original album, which will be ready
later this year. We can’t wait for you to hear what we’ve been working on.
Cheers y’all!”

To get us in the mood for Afflatus we can jump up and down to their
steamy cover of 1982 track Don’t Change by Australian legends INXS.

Start the engine here…

The original


Artwork covers album Afflatus – out this Friday, 16 April – order info here.

01 “Don’t Change” (INXS cover)
02 “You Put My Love Out The Door” (Daniel Johnston cover)
03 “She’s A Rainbow” (The Rolling Stones cover)
04 “Run To Me” (Bee Gees cover)
05 “The Porpoise Song” (The Monkees cover)
06 “Could It Be Magic” (Barry Manilow cover)
07 “The Visitors” (ABBA cover)
08 “Let Em In” (Wings cover)
09 “Never My Love” (The Association cover)
10 “The Spirit Of Radio” (Rush cover)

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