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The Polyphonic Spree have a new album out, Yes, It's True. Surrounding its release, the band have made a video for "You Don't Know Me." Watch it below.   Read Story »
Last year, Tim DeLaughter's psychedelic cult choir the Polyphonic Spree released a holiday record, but the forthcoming Yes, It's True is being promoted as their first real LP since 2007. We heard its…   Read Story »
The teaming, cultlike Texan psych-pop choir the Polyphonic Spree haven't released a proper album in about six years, but they'll be back in a few months with the new studio effort Yes, It's True. The…   Read Story »
Texan good-vibes psych choir the Polyphonic Spree are back with their first album since 2007, and it's a bit of a left turn: The yuletide collection Holidaydream: Sounds Of The Holidays Vol. One.…   Read Story »
The Polyphonic Spree recently dropped a teaser to their upcoming tour and the clip is soundtracked by their new song, "What Would You Do?" And, if you want a slightly purer version of the track,…   Read Story »
In today's Listomania, we unveil our favorite 10 bands who have a member that doesn't play or do anything, and that's no intended sleight to these critical players, whether they be hypemen, "vibes…   Read Story »
Tim DeLaughter's symphonic pop cult the Polyphonic Spree have released a new song via an interactive video designed by Moonbot Studios for the iPad/iPhone. Here's the description of "Bullseye" from…   Read Story »
Spree guitarist Cory Helms will visit your home (via webcam) and "... work on exactly what you want to work on," whether that's a lesson on songwriting, improvisation, or music theory, or helping you…   Read Story »
Tim DeLaughter's posted another GarageBand demo of new Polyphonic material, again getting vulnerable and going it alone with a couple of guitars and multi-tracked vocals on the tentatively titled…   Read Story »
As Tim DeLaughter notes regarding the Built To Spill-y "Blurry": "This is how the songs usually start, in a demo process. Pretty stripped down. So, enjoy the process of the seed." It's not hard…   Read Story »