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LISTEN: Spoon Unveils Another New Song

On August 5th, Spoon will release their first new album in four years, They Want My Soul. Already we’ve heard two new songs: “Rent I Pay” and the album’s first official single, “Do You.” Today, the band released a third preview track- “Inside Out”.  Additionally, they’ve released a video directed by Hiro Murai for “Do You.” Find both below: 

"Inside Out":


"Inside Out" (Official Audio)
Video edited by Mau Morgó. Photos by Todd Baxter.

THEY WANT MY SOUL, the new album from SPOON, is in stores on August 5th. If you preorder They Want My Soul on vinyl from your local record shop, you'll get a 10" with 3 tracks from our new album: Rent I Pay, Do You, and Inside Out. Check to see if your shop's participating.

And if you don't have a participating shop near by, or if you just can't make it out of your house, you can also pre-order the album at iTunes, Amazon, or at the Spoon Store, and you'll get the same three tracks instantly.

Spoon Store:


"Do You":


For the 20th installment of the Urban Outfitters Music Video Series, Spoon teams up with director Hiro Murai on the song "Do You" off Spoon's new album They Want My Soul. Lead singer Britt Daniel and Murai talked to us about the making of the video in an exclusive interview here:

They Want My Soul, the new album from Spoon, is in stores on August 5th. If you pre-order the album on iTunes or Amazon, you'll be able to download the album's first two singles "Rent I Pay" and "Do You" instantly.

Amazon :

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