Free Choral Symphonic Pop Concert: The Polyphonic Spree | SF
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Sunday, August 18, 2013
The Polyphonic Spree | Amoeba Music: Free In-Store Mini Concerts
The Polyphonic Spree‘s Yes, It’s True (out August 6, 2013) is their first studio album of original material since 2007. The sound is new and different, embracing both drum machine and orchestral instruments.
Frontman Tim Delaughter describes Yes, It’s True as the band’s most unorthodox recording session to date, producing the album in stages and recording a holiday release midway through tracking. As a result, the 11 tracks are particularly diverse, ranging from the euphoric “You Don’t Know Me” and somberly anthemic “Blurry Up The Lines,” to the reflective “Battlefield,” which Delaughter describes as his “most personal contribution.”
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