Coming In 2022 – Texan Rockers SPOON With 10th LP ‘LUCIFER ON THE SOFA’

2 January 2022

Band: SPOON
Who: Indie rockers from Austin, Texas with
frontman Britt Daniel as the driving force.
Active: Since 1996 / 10 studio LPs


(Photo by Turn Up The Volume)

New album: LUCIFER ON THE SOFA – 10th LP
Release: 11 February 2022 via Matador

Daniel says: “The album is the sound of classic rock
as written by a guy who never did get Eric Clapton
“.

Lead single: The Hardest Cut

SPOON: Facebook

SPOON Celebrated Xmas With FAB FOUR Cover

Veteran rockers SPOON also take part in the Xmas carol extravaganza.
For the Yuletide occasion, they picked a 1967 Xmas jingle the Fab Four from
an only-fanclub LP.

Daniel (frontman) “Recording ‘Christmas Time Is Here Again’ was a group effort
that pulled us away from rehearsals and quickly sent us down a turbulent path
of what you might call the Christmas spirit. And it’s our song with the most band
members doing vocals ever, pretty sure I’m counting four.”

Christmas Time Is Here Again

..
The Fab Four original

SPOON Celebrate Christmas THE BEATLES WAY

18 November 2021

Texan rockers SPOON, led by energetic frontman/songwriter Britt
Daniel
canned their 9th full-length Hot Thoughts and will it throw at
the world on 17 March 2022 via Matador Records.

But first things first. A cover of a 1967 Beatles Xmas song
titled Christmas Time Is Here Again as part of the Spotify
Singles Holiday Edition 2021
.

Daniel: “Recording ‘Christmas Time Is Here Again’ was a group effort that
pulled us away from rehearsals and sent us speeding down a path fueled by
what you might call the Christmas spirit. And it’s our song with the most band
members doing vocals ever – pretty sure you can count four.

All together now…

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The 1967 Beatles original, initially written for all members of their fan club …

SPOON: Facebook
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THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN – 7 New Firecrackers Week 44

Every week Turn Up The Volume picks 7 new
firecrackers that burned his ears the past 7 days

1. ‘Coil’ by CONVERGE and CHELSEA WOLFE (USA)

The Boston hardcore/metal legends drop new album Bloodmoon: I,
their collaborative album featuring Goth heroine Chelsea Wolfe
next week.

Ahead of it comes this bombastic and haunting jam.

Hell yeahhhhh…

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2. ‘This Side Of The Sun’ by SHAME (UK)

At the start of this year, the South London gunslingers
released their second top album called Drink Tank Pink.

On this brand new single it’s guitars all over the place again.
Not their best effort, but a hefty hammer nonetheless.

“The whole song came together on the day we recorded it at the studio.
It’s also the first live recording we’ve ever done, we didn’t want it to sound
overworked. It’s a pure banger, listen with a piña colada in your left hand.”

Press play…

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3. ‘His Ilk’ by BRONSON ARM (US)

The two-man drill machine out of Kalamazoo, MI nails it again.

This rumbling rollercoaster bulldozes its way in slow motion,
forth and back, while producing an ominous vocal brouhaha
that causes a creepy nightmare experience. Whatever the song’s
protagonist’s ilk is, it doesn’t sound like you want to be friends

Be ready…

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4. ‘The Hardest Cut’ by SPOON (USA)

The Texan veterans drop their 10th LP called
Lucifer On The Sofa (great title) next year, in February.

They’re still alive and still kick as young hungry wolves,
as you’ll hear on the lead single, right here…

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5. ‘Dissonance’ by VEDA RAYS (USA)

A glam synth-pop twister with a darksome Soft Cell
edge by these two Brooklyn’s nightdreamers.

From their excellent album Crucial Fictions.

Check out the vibrant vibe here…

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6. ‘Holy Toledo’ by GREEN DAY (US)

This striking stroke is part of the soundtrack for
Mark, Mary & Some Other People, a new indie rom-com
about a young married couple trying out an open relationship.

Billie Joe Armstrong and his buddies do what they did throughout
their whole career, rockin’ and rollin’ without thinking too much.

Let’s hit the road…

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7. ‘See Ya When I See Ya’ by MILES KANE (UK)

From his upcoming new album
Change The Show, out 21st January 2022.

Kane: ‘See Ya When I See Ya’ is about being confident in yourself and
sticking to your gut whilst letting the Jekyll and Hydes pass you by.”

With this new single, just like with the previous two, Kane travels
to the good old days for inspiration for another retro tune.

See/hear you next week, music junkies…

Texan Rockers SPOON Still Alive And Kicking – New Album New Single

New striking strokes

3 November 2021

Band: SPOON
Who: Indie rockers from Austin, Texas with
frontman Britt Daniel as the driving force.
Active: Since 1996 / 10 studio LPs


(Photo by Turn Up The Volume)

New album: LUCIFER ON THE SOFA – 10th LP
Release: 11 February 2022 via Matador

Daniel says: “The album is the sound of classic rock
as written by a guy who never did get Eric Clapton
“.

Lead single: THE HARDEST CUT

Still alive and kicking as young hungry wolves…

SPOON: Facebook

New album LUCIFER ON THE SOFA out 11 February 2022

Texan Rockers SPOON Share New Groovy Track From Upcoming Album – Here’s… ‘CAN I SIT NEXT TO YOU’

Fresh sonic impulses for your ears…

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Texan rockers SPOON , led by dynamic frontman/songwriter Britt Daniel will release their 9th album HOT THOUGHTS on 17 March via Matador Records. After already sharing the title track some weeks ago here’s another new one. CAN I SIT NEXT TO YOU is a damn cool funky beast. Sexy and groovy. Bouncy and high-powered. C’mon shake those hips…

SPOON: Website – Facebook

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Artwork new album HOT THOUGHTS – Out 17 March…