After years of bad luck in the record industry, the Austin, Texas band built some momentum with their fourth album, released in August 2002.
Spoon have added another month of dates to the end of their existing North American tour.
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Spoon’s second album co-produced by Dave Fridmann is the band’s greatest sonic shift, getting bold and funky, spacey and jazzy, with synthesizers and saxophones.
Before then, Spoon will also play a three-night residency in Austin during SXSW.
A day after news leaked out, Spoon gave full details of their new record, 'Hot Thoughts.'
Information on Spoon's new record briefly surfaced online.
A surprise show by Spoon at Antone's saw performances of four new songs.
Spoon posted a photo of a skull across social media, prompting speculation that this could be the cover of their next album.
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