A press release notes that the new material hears Spoon working with producer Dave Fridmann and embracing “newfound sense of sonic exploration.” The lyrics are described as “carnal” and “crafty,” while the instrumentation provides a “crackling, incandescent, multi-dimensional backdrop.”
Earlier this week, Apple Music’s Beats 1 and Zane Lowe premiered the second track from Spoon’s forthcoming album, Hot Thoughts, Can I Sit Next To You. The accompanying video, directed by directed by Marcel Dzama, can be viewed below.
Hot Thoughts is out March 17 on Matador. Pre-order here.