Video : Spoon – “Do I Have To Talk You Into It”

Earlier this morning, Gizmodo premiered the latest video from Spoon’s phenomenal ‘Hot Thoughts’, “Do I Have To Talk You Into It”, directed by Brook Linder.  On the heels of last Friday’s ‘Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga’ 10th Anniversary reissue, Spoon return to Europe in early November (dates below), with their North American run recommencing with a pair of sold out shows at Brooklyn Steel at the end of the month.

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Tour Dates (NEW SHOW IN BOLD) :

Thursday, November 2 
Orangerie at Botanique, Brussels BE*
Monday, November 6 Concorde 2, Brighton UK*
Tuesday, November 7 Invisible Wind Factory Liverpool UK*
Wednesday, November 9 The Junction, Cambridge UK*
Saturday, November 11 Kaserne, Basel CH*
Sunday, November 12 Santeria Social Club, Milano IT*
Tuesday, November 14 Sala Apolo, Barcelona, ES*
Wednesday, November 15 La Riviera, Madrid, ES*
Thursday, November 16 Porto Coliseum, Porto, PT*
Friday, November 17 Coliseu dos Recreios, Lisbon, PT*
Tuesday, November 28 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY 
(SOLD OUT)+
Wednesday, November 29 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY (SOLD OUT)+
Friday, December 1 The Chance Theatre, Poughkeepsee NY
Sunday, December 3 Sherman Theatre, Stroudsberg PA
Tuesday, December 5 Upstate Concert Hall, Clifton Park NY
Wednesday, December 6 Higher Ground Ballroom, Burlington VT
Friday, December 8 Egyptian Room at Old National Centre, Indianapolis IN
Saturday, December 30 9:30 Club, Washington DC 
(SOLD OUT)
Sunday, December 31 9:30 Club, Washington DC
Friday, January 12 Showbox Seattle, WA &
Saturday, January 13 McDonald Theater Eugene, OR &
Monday, January 15 Jam Cellars Napa, CA &
Wednesday, January 17 The Masonic San Francisco, CA &
Thursday, January 18 Arlington Theater Santa Barbara, CA &Friday, January 19 The Forum (iHeart Radio ALTerEgo) Los Angeles, CA
Saturday, January 20 Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, NV &

& w/ White Reaper
+ w/ Ron Gallo
* w/ Husky Loops


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VIDEO : Spoon – “I Ain’t The One” + January West Coast Dates


“I Ain’t The One” – directed by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard

In addition to announcing Western US and Canada dates in January (see below), this morning Spoon release the latest video from album-of-the-year candidate ‘Hot Thoughts’, the brooding “I Ain’t The One”, directed & shot in London earlier this year by the directorial team of Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard

Spoon on tour (new dates in bold)

Thursday, October 5 Red Rocks Amphitheater, Denver CO $
Saturday, October 7 Austin City Limits Festival, Zilker Park, Austin TX
Tuesday, October 10 Aztec Theatre, San Antonio TX*
Wednesday, October 11 Cains Ballroom, Tulsa OK*
Thursday, October 12 House of Blues, Dallas TX*
Friday, October 13 Stubb’s, Austin TX
Saturday, Octoebr 14, Austin City Limits Festival, Zilker Park, Austin TX
Tuesday, October 17 House of Blues, New Orleans LA*
Wednesday, October 18 Minglewood Hall, Memphis TN*
Friday, October 20 Music Farm, Columbia SC
Saturday, October 21 Mavericks, Jacksonville FL
Thursday, November 2 Orangerie at Botanique, Brussels BE
Monday, November 6 Concorde 2, Brighton UK
Tuesday, November 7 Invisible Wind Factory Liverpool UK
Wednesday, November 9 The Junction, Cambridge UK
Saturday, November 11 Kaserne, Basel CH
Sunday, November 12 Santeria Social Club, Milano IT
Tuesday, November 14 Sala Apolo, Barcelona, ES
Wednesday, November 15 La Riviera, Madrid, ES
Thursday, November 16 Porto Coliseum, Porto, PT
Friday, November 17 Coliseu dos Recreios, Lisbon, PT
Tuesday, November 28 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY (SOLD OUT)
Wednesday, November 29 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY
Friday, December 1 The Chance Theatre, Poughkeepsee NY
Sunday, December 3 Sherman Theatre, Stroudsberg PA
Tuesday, December 5 Upstate Concert Hall, Clifton Park NY
Wednesday, December 6 Higher Ground Ballroom, Burlington VT
Friday, December 8 Egyptian Room at Old National Centre, Indianapolis IN
Saturday, December 30 9:30 Club, Washington DC
Sunday, December 31 9:30 Club, Washington DC
Friday, January 12 Showbox Seattle, WA&
Saturday, January 13 McDonald Theater Eugene, OR&
Monday, January 15 Jam Cellars Napa, CA&
Wednesday, January 17 The Masonic San Francisco, CA&
Thursday, January 18 Arlington Theater Santa Barbara, CA&
Saturday January 20 Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, NV
&

$ w/ The Shins
* w/ Mondo Cosmo
& w/ White Reaper

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Spoon – Live on The Current

Spoon made a pit stop on their US tour to stop by The Current’s studio and play a stripped-down version of their recent single “Can I Sit Next To You”. Watch Britt Daniel and Alex Fischel perform the Hot Thoughts highlight, and check out their upcoming tour dates below.

SPOON UPCOMING TOUR DATES
Saturday, September 30 Greek Theater, Berkeley, CA $
Sunday, October 1 Cal Coast Credit Union, San Diego, CA $
Tuesday, October 3 Comerica Theater, Phoenix, AZ$
Thursday, October 5 Red Rocks Amphitheater, Denver, CO $
Friday, October 7 Austin City Limits Festival, Zilker Park, Austin TX
Tuesday, October 10 Aztec Theatre, San Antonio, TX*
Wednesday, October 11 Cains Ballroom, Tulsa, OK*
Thursday, October 12 House of Blues, Dallas, TX*
Friday, October 13 Austin City Limits Festival, Zilker Park, Austin TX
Tuesday, October 17 House of Blues, New Orleans, LA*
Wednesday, October 18 Minglewood Hall, Memphis TN*
Friday, October 20 Music Farm, Columbia, SC
Saturday, October 21 Maverick, Jacksonville, FL
Thursday, November 2 Orangerie at Botanique, Brussels, BE
Monday, November 6 Concorde 2, Brighton, UK
Tuesday, November 7 Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool, UK
Wednesday, November 9 The Junction, Cambridge, UK
Saturday, November 11 Kaserne, Basel, CH
Sunday, November 12 Santeria Social Club, Milano, IT
Tuesday, November 14 Sala Apolo, Barcelona, ES
Wednesday, November 15 La Riviera, Madrid, ES
Thursday, November 16 Porto Coliseum, Porto, PT
Friday, November 17 Coliseu dos Recreios, Lisbon, PT
Tuesday, November 28 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY
Wednesday, November 29 Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn NY
Friday, December 1 The Chance Theatre, Poughkeepsee NY
Sunday, December 3 Sherman Theatre, Stroudsberg PA
Tuesday, December 5 Upstate Concert Hall, Clifton Park NY
Wednesday, December 6 Higher Ground Ballroom, Burlington VT
Friday, December 8 Egyptian Room at Old National Centre, Indianapolis IN
Saturday, December 30 9:30 Club, Washington DC
Sunday, December 31 9:30 Club, Washington DC

$ w/ The Shins
* w/ Mondo Cosmo

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Coming October 20 : Spoon – ‘Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga’ 2XLP Reissue

On October 20 we’ll be marking the 10th anniversary of Spoon’s breakthrough 2007 album, ‘Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga’ with a double LP reissue including a bonus disc comprising the long out of print / previously available only-on-CD ‘Get Nice’ EP, both encased in a gatefold jacket with revised art. Matador is releasing the album worldwide save for North America where the reissue is handled by Merge, who brought ‘Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga’ into our lives and onto our shelves a decade ago.

Recorded in 2006 in Austin by the band and Mike McCarthy (with the exception of the single, “The Underdog”, recorded in LA by Jon Brion), ‘Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga’ was a high water mark critically and commercially for Spoon at the time, though it’s been a pretty crazy run/unbeaten streak since, too. Preorder below :

‘Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga’
Matador Store UK
Matador Store Europe / Rest Of The World

US/Canada via Merge

Track listing :
‘Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga’
1. Don’t Make Me a Target
2. The Ghost of You Lingers
3. You Got Yr. Cherry Bomb
4. Don’t You Evah
5. Rhthm & Soul
6. Eddie’s Ragga
7. The Underdog
8. My Little Japanese Cigarette Case
9. Finer Feelings
10. Black Like Me

‘Get Nice’ bonus 12-inch

1. I Got Mine
2. Be Still My Servant
3. Leave Your Effects Where They’re Easily Seen
4. I Summon You (Cool)
5. Mean Mad Margaret
6. Love Makes You Feel
7. You Got Yr. Cherry Bomb
8. Tasty Fish
9. Dracula’s Cigarette
10. 1975
11. I Can Feel It Fade Like An AM Single
12. Curfew Tolls

Spoon in Europe, 2017

Nov 4, 2017 Utrecht, Netherlands Ekko
Nov 6, 2017 Bristol, UK The Lantern, Colston Hall 2
Nov 7, 2017 Leeds, UK Brudenell Social Club Tikets
Nov 8, 2017 Glasgow, UK Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA)
Nov 9, 2017 Dublin, Ireland Whelan’s
Nov 10, 2017 London, UK Union Chapel
Nov 12, 2017 Brussels, Belgium Autumn Falls Festival
Nov 14, 2017 Berlin, Germany Heimathafen Neukölln
Nov 15, 2017 Hamburg, Germany Uebel & Gefährlich
Nov 16, 2017 Düsseldorf, Germany Bachsaal
Nov 17, 2017 Madrid, Spain Sala El Sol
Nov 18, 2017 Braga, Portugal Theatro Circo
Nov 19, 2017 Barcelona, Spain La [2]

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Spoon – Panorama Webcast, “Can I Sit Next To You” from Thursday’s “The Late Show WIth Stephen Colbert”

Spoon – “Can I Sit Next To You”, from Thursday’s broadcast of “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert”. Footage courtesy CBS.

Catch Spoon at the Panorama Festival today at 5:55pm eastern time (Pavilion stage), with the live webcast available here. Tonight’s set with also be broadcast live on Sirius/XM’s XMU (Channel 35) will a replay at 9pm eastern.

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and guest Spoon during Thursday’s July 27, 2017 show. Photo: Scott Kowalchyk/CBS ©2017CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Tonight : Spoon On CBS’ “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert”

(photoshoppery by Rian Fossett)

Prior to their Friday appearance at NYC’s Panorama Festival, Spoon visit “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” Thursday evening (11:35pm eastern, 10:35 central). Stephen’s other guests tonight are Samantha Bee and Gillian Jacobs.

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Tour Dates

Friday, July 28 – Panorama Festival, New York, NY
Saturday, July 29 – XPoNential Music Festival, Camden, NJ
Sunday, July 30 – Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD &+
Tuesday, August 1 – The Fillmore, Detroit, MI #
Wednesday, August 2 – Metro, Chicago IL
Thursday, August 3 – Lollapalooza, Chicago IL
Sunday, August 6 – Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA &
Tuesday, August 8 – Belly Up Aspen, Aspen, CO
Wednesday, August 9 – Mishawaka Amphitheatre, Bellvue, CO
Friday, August 19 – House of Blues, New Orleans, LA
Sunday, August 20 – Mavericks, Jacksonville, FL
Tuesday, August 22 – Lucas Theater for the Arts, Savannah, GA
Sunday, August 23 – Music Farm, Columbia, SC
Monday, August 28 – Knitting Factory, Spokane, WA
Wednesday, August 30 – Windspear Centre, Edmonton, Alberta
August 31 – Macewan Hall, Calgary, Alberta
Saturday, September 2 – Malkin Bowl, Vancouver, British Columbia
Tuesday, September 5 – Knitting Factory, Boise, ID
Wednesday, September 6 – The Depot, Salt Lake City, UT
Friday, September 8 – Sokol Auditorium, Omaha, NE
Wednesday, September 13 – Pabst Theatre, Milwaukee, WI
Thursday, September 14 – Orpheum Theatre, Madison, WI
Friday, September 15 – Palace Theater, Saint Paul, MN
Saturday, September 30 – Greek Theater, Berkeley, CA $
Sunday, October 1 – Cal Coast Credit Union, San Diego, CA $
Tuesday – October 3 – Comerica Theater, Phoenix, AZ$
Thursday, October 5 – Red Rocks Amphitheater, Denver, CO $
Friday, October 6 – Austin City Limits Festival, Zilker Park, Austin TX
Tuesday, October 10 – Aztec Theatre, San Antonio, TX*
Wednesday, October 11 – Cains Ballroom, Tulsa, OK*
Thursday, October 12 – House of Blues, New Orleans, LA*
Friday, October 13 – Austin City Limits Festival, Zilker Park, Austin TX
Tuesday, October 17 – House of Blues, New Orleans, LA*
Wednesday, October 18 – Minglewood Hall, Memphis TN*
Friday, October 20 – Music Farm, Columbia, SC
Saturday, October 21 – Maverick, Jacksonville, FL
Thursday, November 2 – Orangerie at Botanique, Brussels, BE
Monday, November 6 – Concorde 2, Brighton, UK
Tuesday, November 7 – Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool, UK
Wednesday, November 9 – The Junction, Cambridge, UK
Saturday, November 11 – Kaserne, Basel, CH
Sunday, November 12, Santeria Social Club, Milano, IT
Tuesday, November 14 – Sala Apolo, Barcelona, ES
Wednesday, November 15 – La Riviera, Madrid, ES
Thursday, November 16 – Porto Coliseum, Porto, PT
Friday, November 17 – Coliseu dos Recreios, Lisbon, PT

# with Cherry Glazerr
& with Belle and Sebastian
+ with Andrew Bird
$ with The Shins
* with Mondo Cozmo

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Spoon – “Can I Sit Next To You”, Tyler Pope Remix

As Spoon’s relentless global tour in support of album-of-the-year candidate ‘Hot Thoughts’ continues next week, the band have made available a remixed version of “Can I Sit Next To You”. as conceived by Tyler Pope (LCD Soundsystem, Chk Chk Chk). Purchase or stream the remix here.

TOUR DATES (TICKETS)
Saturday, June 17 – Festaal Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
Sunday, June 18 – Maifeld Derby Festival, Mannheim, Germany
Monday, June 19 – Technikum, Munich, Germany
Tuesday, June 20 – Uebel & Gefärlich, Hamburg, Germany
Thursday, June 22 – Piknik i Parken, Oslo, Norway
Saturday, June 24 – Amager Bio, Copenhagen, Denmark
Tuesday, June 27 – Gorilla, Manchester, England
Wednesday, June 28 – The Arts School, Glasgow, Scotland
Friday, June 30 – O2 Forum, London, England
Monday, July 3 – Gloria Theater, Cologne, Germany
Wednesday, July 5 – La Maroquinerie, Paris, France
Friday, July 7 – Mad Cool Festival, Madrid, Spain
Saturday, July 8 – NOS Alive, Lisbon, Portugal
Friday, July 14 – Forecastle Festival, Louisville, KY
Saturday, July 15 – Sloss Festival, Birmingham, AL
Tuesday, July 18 – Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre, Charlotte, NC ^
Wednesday, July 19 – Sprint Pavilion, Charlottesville, VA ^
Friday, July 21 – Blue Hills Bank Pavilion, Boston, MA
Saturday, July 22 – State Theatre, Portland, ME ^
Sunday, July 23 – Métropolis, Montreal, Quebec ^
Tuesday, 25 – Massey Hall, Toronto, Ontario #
Wednesday, July 26 – Stage AE, Pittsburgh, PA ^
Friday, July 28 – Panorama Festival, New York, NY
Saturday, July 29 – XPoNential Music Festival, Camden, NJ
Sunday, July 30 – Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD &+
Tuesday, August 1 – The Fillmore, Detroit, MI #
Wednesday, August 2 – Metro, Chicago IL
Thursday, August 3 – Lollapalooza, Chicago IL
Sunday, August 6 – Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA &
Tuesday, August 8 – Belly Up Aspen, Aspen, CO
Wednesday, August 9 – Mishawaka Amphitheatre, Bellvue, CO
Friday, August 19 – House of Blues, New Orleans, LA
Sunday, August 20 – Mavericks, Jacksonville, FL
Tuesday, August 22 – Lucas Theater for the Arts, Savannah, GA
Sunday, August 23 – Music Farm, Columbia, SC
Monday, August 28 – Knitting Factory, Spokane, WA
Wednesday, August 30 – Windspear Centre, Edmonton, Alberta
August 31 – Macewan Hall, Calgary, Alberta
Saturday, September 2 – Malkin Bowl, Vancouver, British Columbia
Tuesday, September 5 – Knitting Factory, Boise, ID
Wednesday, September 6 – The Depot, Salt Lake City, UT
Friday, September 8 – Sokol Auditorium, Omaha, NE
Wednesday, September 13 – Pabst Theatre, Milwaukee, WI
Thursday, September 14 – Orpheum Theatre, Madison, WI
Friday, September 15 – Palace Theater, Saint Paul, MN
Saturday, September 30 – Greek Theater, Berkeley, CA $
Sunday, October 1 – Cal Coast Credit Union, San Diego, CA $
Tuesday – October 3 – Comerica Theater, Phoenix, AZ$
Thursday, October 5 – Red Rocks Amphitheater, Denver, CO $
October 6 & October 13 – Austin, TX – Austin City Limits Music Festival
Tuesday, October 17 – House of Blues, New Orleans, LA
Friday, October 20 – Music Farm, Columbia, SC
Saturday, October 21 – Maverick, Jacksonville, FL
Thursday, November 2 – Orangerie at Botanique, Brussels, BE
Monday, November 6 – Concorde 2, Brighton, UK
Tuesday, November 7 – Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool, UK
Wednesday, November 9 – The Junction, Cambridge, UK
Saturday, November 11 – Kaserne, Basel, CH
Sunday, November 12, Santeria Social Club, Milano, IT
Tuesday, November 14 – Sala Apolo, Barcelona, ES
Wednesday, November 15 – La Riviera, Madrid, ES
Thursday, November 16 – Porto Coliseum, Porto, PT
Friday, November 17 – Coliseu dos Recreios, Lisbon, PT

^ with the New Pornographers
# with Cherry Glazerr
& with Belle and Sebastian
+ with Andrew Bird
$ with The Shins

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Spoon – “Hot Thoughts”, From Tuesday’s “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”

As mentioned earlier, Spoon appeared on Tuesday’s edition of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and performed the titular track from their universally hailed new album, ‘Hot Thoughts’. Remarkably, said broadcast occurred just days after the 20th anniversary of Ellen being on the cover of Time Magazine, and if you’re lucky, there’s a patient older person in your life who can calmly explain what magazines were.

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Today : Spoon On “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”

Spoon make their first appearance on “The Ellen Degeneres Show” this afternoon at 4pm ; it might even be the band’s first domestic appearance on a major daytime show (the Elias Koteas Sports Bureau’s website is down, otherwise I’d look it up).  Ellen’s other guests today are Carson Daly and Rob Delaney.

(photo by Cambria Harkey)

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Spoon announce new European tour dates

Depeche Mode sang it, Spoon are living it, they just can’t get enough of our continental shores. Announcing today – with ticket’s going on sale this Friday – are six more tour dates (in bold) to bolster an already prodigious live schedule.

November 2 – Orangerie (at Botanique) – Brussels, Belgium
November 6 – Concorde 2 – Brighton, UK
November 7 – Arts Club – Liverpool, UK
November 9 – The Junction – Cambridge, UK
November 11 – Kaserne – Basel, Switzerland
November 12 – Santeria Social Club – Milan, Italy

June 17 – Festsaal Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
June 18 – Maifeld Derby Festival, Manheim, Germany
June 19 – Technikum, Munich, Germany
June 22 – Piknik i Parken, Oslo, Norway
June 24 – Amager Bio, Copenhagen South, Denmark
June 27 – Gorilla, Manchester, United Kingdom
June 28 – The Arts School, Glasgow, United Kingdom
June 30 – O2 Forum, London, United Kingdom
July 2 – Main Square Festival, Arras, France
July 3 – Gloria Theatre, Cologne, Germany
July 5 – La Maroquinerie, Paris, France
July 7 – Mad Cool Festival, Madrid, Spain
July 8 – NOS Alive, Lisbon, Portugal

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Spoon Announce Instagram Fan Art Contest

CONTEST ALERT: Artist Christine Marlene is responsible for the watercolor covering Spoon’s new album Hot Thoughts. She made a piece for each song, all of which can be viewed on the band’s Instagram account right now. If you’re inspired or looking to get your hands on some tickets to see Spoon live OR get an original piece of art, you’re in luck. Both are within reach.

Make your own Hot Thoughts gallery in Instagram with #SpoonHotThoughts and you’ll have a chance to win one or both of those prizes.

Spoon – “Hot Thoughts” Video, Mexico City Residency, Fall Dates With The Shins

“Hot Thoughts” (directed by Matt Muir)

Via director Matt Muir, Spoon have released a video for ‘Hot Thoughts’ titular track (see above) a week prior to 3 dates in Mexico City (in bold below). In addition, there’s 4 shows of the enormodome (well, amphitheatre) variety happening in September & October alongside The Shins in Berkeley, San Diego, Phoenix and Denver (tickets on sale this Friday, 10am local time)

Upcoming tour dates :

April 18 – The Imperial, Ciudad De México, Mexico
April 19 – Foro Indierocks!, Atizapán De Zaragoza, Mexico
April 20 – Foro Indierocks!, Atizapán De Zaragoza, Mexico

April 27– Soul Kitchen – Mobile, AL
April 28 – The Lyric – Oxford, MS
April 29 – Varsity Theater – Baton Rouge, LA
May 1 – Ritz Ybor – Tampa, FL
May 2 – House of Blues – Orlando, FL
May 3 – Georgia Theatre – Athens, GA
May 5 – Music Farm – Charleston ,SC
May 6 – Orange Peel, Asheville, NC***
May 7 – The Ritz – Raleigh, NC
May 9 – Mill and Mine – Knoxville, TN
May 11 – Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH
June 17 – Festsaal Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
June 18 – Maifeld Derby Festival, Manheim, Germany
June 19 – Technikum, Munich, Germany
June 22 – Piknik i Parken, Oslo, Norway
June 24 – Amager Bio, Copenhagen South, Denmark
June 27 – Gorilla, Manchester, United Kingdom
June 28 – The Arts School, Glasgow, United Kingdom
June 30 – O2 Forum, London, United Kingdom
July 2 – Main Square Festival, Arras, France
July 3 – Gloria Theatre, Cologne, Germany
July 5 – La Maroquinerie, Paris, France
July 7 – Mad Cool Festival, Madrid, Spain
July 8 – NOS Alive, Lisbon, Portugal
July 14 – Forecastle, Louisville, KY
July 15 – Sloss Festival, Birmingham, AL
July 18 – Charlotte Metro Credit Union, Charlotte, NC*
July 19 – Sprint Pavilion, Charlottesville, VA*
July 21 – Blue Hills Bank Pavilion, Boston, MA
July 22 – State Theatre, Portland, ME*
July 23 – Metropolis, Montreal, QC*
July 25 – Massey Hall, Toronto, ON**
July 26 – Stage AE – Indoors, Pittsburgh, PA*
July 28 – Panorama Festival, New York NY
July 29 – BB&T Pavilion (XPoNential Music Festival), Camden NJ
July 30 – Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia MD +
August 1 – The Fillmore, Detroit, MI**
August 6 – Hollywood Bowl,& Los Angeles CA
August 20 – Mavericks, Jacksonville, FL
August 23 – Music Farm, Columbia, SC
August 28 – Knitting Factory, Spokane, WA
August 30 – Windspear Centre, Edmonton, AB
August 31 – Macewan Hall, Calgary, AB
September 2 – Malkin Bowl, Vancouver, BC
September 5 – Knitting Factory, Boise, ID
September 6 – The Depot, Salt Lake City, UT
September 9- Mishwaka Amphitheatre – Bellevue, CO
September 11 – Sokol Auditorium, Omaha, NE
September 13 – Pabst Theatre, Milwaukee, WI
September 14 – Orpheum Theatre, Madison, WI
September 15 – Palace Theater, Saint Paul, MN
September 30 – Greek Theater, Berkeley CA****
October 1 – Cal Coast Credit Union (OAT), San Diego CA****
October 3 – Comerica Theater, Phoenix AZ****
October 5 – Red Rocks Amphitheater, Denver CO****
October 17 – House of Blues, New Orleans, LA
October 20 – Music Farm, Columbia, SC
October 21 – Mavericks, Jacksonville, FL

+ – with Belle and Sebastian and Andrew Bird
& – with Belle and Sebastian
* – with the New Pornographers
**- with Cherry Glazerr
*** – with Tennis
**** – with The Shins

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New Spoon North American Dates (On Sale Friday), Apogee Session Airs Today at 11:15am PT

(photo by Bryan C. Parker)

Before we getting into the goods (tour news), I’m here to remind you to tune into KCRW today at 11:15am PT to catch the band’s Apogee Session. The performance will be streaming WORLDWIDE at http://kcrw.co/2nbCW4o. UPDATE – view the session in full HERE.

Ok, back to the goods – a LARGE amount of new tour dates that will be on sale this Friday at 10am EST – minus Savannah. You can find all confirmed tour dates below.

Upcoming tour dates :

March 23rd – Metro Theatre, Sydney, Australia
March 25th – The Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne, Australia
April 27– Soul Kitchen – Mobile, AL
April 28 – The Lyric – Oxford, MS
April 29 – Varsity Theater – Baton Rouge, LA
May 1 – Ritz Ybor – Tampa, FL
May 2 – House of Blues – Orlando, FL
May 3 – Georgia Theatre – Athens, GA
May 5 – Music Farm – Charleston ,SC
May 6 – Orange Peel, Asheville, NC***
May 7 – The Ritz – Raleigh, NC
May 9 – Mill and Mine – Knoxville, TN
May 11 – Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH
June 17 – Festsaal Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
June 18 – Maifeld Derby Festival, Manheim, Germany
June 19 – Technikum, Munich, Germany
June 22 – Piknik i Parken, Oslo, Norway
June 24 – Amager Bio, Copenhagen South, Denmark
June 27 – Gorilla, Manchester, United Kingdom
June 28 – The Arts School, Glasgow, United Kingdom
June 30 – O2 Forum, London, United Kingdom
July 2 – Main Square Festival, Arras, France
July 3 – Gloria Theatre, Cologne, Germany
July 5 – La Maroquinerie, Paris, France
July 7 – Mad Cool Festival, Madrid, Spain
July 8 – NOS Alive, Lisbon, Portugal
July 14 – Forecastle, Louisville, KY
July 15 – Sloss Festival, Birmingham, AL
July 18 – Charlotte Metro Credit Union, Charlotte, NC*
 July 19 – Sprint Pavilion, Charlottesville, VA*
July 21 – Blue Hills Bank Pavilion, Boston, MA
July 22 – State Theatre, Portland, ME*
July 23 – Metropolis, Montreal, QC*
July 25 – Massey Hall, Toronto, ON**
July 26 – Stage AE – Indoors, Pittsburgh, PA*
July 28 – Panorama Festival, New York NY
July 29 – BB&T Pavilion (XPoNential Music Festival), Camden NJ
July 30 – Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia MD +
August 1 – The Fillmore, Detroit, MI**
August 6 – Hollywood Bowl,& Los Angeles CA
August 19 – House of Blues, New Orleans, LA
August 20 – Mavericks, Jacksonville, FL
August 22 – Lucas Theater for the Arts, Savannah, GA
August 23 – Music Farm, Columbia, SC
August 28 – Knitting Factory, Spokane, WA
August 30 – Windspear Centre, Edmonton, AB
August 31 – Macewan Hall, Calgary, AB
September 2 – Malkin Bowl, Vancouver, BC
September 5 – Knitting Factory, Boise, ID
September 6 – The Depot, Salt Lake City, UT
September 8 – Sokol Auditorium, Omaha, NE
September 9- Mishwaka Amphitheatre – Bellevue, CO
September 13 – Pabst Theatre, Milwaukee, WI
September 14 – Orpheum Theatre, Madison, WI
September 15 – Palace Theater, Saint Paul, MN

+   – with Belle and Sebastian and Andrew Bird
& – with Belle and Sebastian
* – with the New Pornographers
**- with Cherry Glazerr
*** – with Tennis

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OUT TODAY : Spoon’s ‘Hot Thoughts’

(photo by Debi del Grand)

On the heels of last week’s national TV appearances and the past 3 nights at the former Emo’s building, re-dubbed “Eno’s” for the occasion, Spoon commemorate today’s release of their insanely well-reviewed ‘Hot Thoughts’ with an appearance in the parking lot of Austin’s Waterloo Records at 6pm. After that, a sick global touring run commences (see below) and if this week’s gigs are any measure, you’re gonna see a band at the absolute peak of their powers. A few of us have spent a VERY LONG TIME following this band and it’s no hype job whatsoever to say that in 2017, Spoon not only still have the capacity to stun & surprise, they might only just be getting started.

tour dates :

March 23rd – Metro Theatre, Sydney, Australia
March 25th – The Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne, Australia
April 27– Soul Kitchen – Mobile, AL
April 28 – The Lyric – Oxford, MS
April 29 – Varsity Theater – Baton Rouge, LA
May 1 – Ritz Ybor – Tampa, FL
May 2 – House of Blues – Orlando, FL
May 3 – Georgia Theatre – Athens, GA
May 5 – Music Farm – Charleston ,SC
May 7 – The Ritz – Raleigh, NC
May 9 – Mill and Mine – Knoxville, TN
May 11 – Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH

June 17 – Festsaal Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
June 18 – Maifeld Derby Festival, Manheim, Germany
June 19 – Technikum, Munich, Germany

June 22 – Piknik i Parken, Oslo, Norway
June 24 – Amager Bio, Copenhagen South, Denmark
June 27 – Gorilla, Manchester, United Kingdom
June 28 – The Arts School, Glasgow, United Kingdom
June 30 – O2 Forum, London, United Kingdom
July 2 – Main Square Festival, Arras, France
July 3 – Gloria Theatre, Cologne, Germany
July 5 – La Maroquinerie, Paris, France
July 7 – Mad Cool Festival, Madrid, Spain
July 8 – NOS Alive, Lisbon, Portugal
July 14 – Forecastle, Louisville, KY
July 15 – Sloss Festival, Birmingham, AL
July 28 – Panorama Festival, New York NY
July 29 – BB&T Pavilion (XPoNential Music Festival), Camden NJ
July 30 – Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia MD **
August 6 – Hollywood Bowl*, Los Angeles CA
September 8 – Belly Up – Aspen, CO
September 9- Mishwaka Amphitheatre – Bellevue, CO

** – with Belle and Sebastian and Andrew Bird
* – with Belle and Sebastian

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Spoon – “I Ain’t The One” debut on “The Late Late Show”, Rough Trade NYC Listening Party Tonight

This past Thursday night on CBS’ “The Late Late Show With James Corden”, Spoon debuted “I Ain’t The One” from the forthcoming ‘Hot Thoughts’. There were also appearances by John Goodman, a sloth and Chris Lombardi, not necessarily in that order, but we are only allowed to share a clip of the Spoon appearance (above).

Tonight at Rough Trade NYC, (64 N. 9th Street), you can pre-order the clear vinyl version of ‘Hot Thoughts’ and listen to the full album 4 days early in the comfort of the SONOS Listening Room. There’s artwork on display by Christine Messersmith, free snacks, and a chance to win other, as yet unspecified prizes (which is not to say the snacks aren’t going to be overwhelming)

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Tonight: Spoon play The Late Late Show with James Corden

Spoon on your television screens twice in quick succession? Anyone would think we have a new record coming. See the band do what they do best tonight at 12:37am / 11:37pm Central, on James Corden’s Late Late show.

While you’re here, catch their scintillating performance of first single ‘Hot Thoughts’ from last night’s Jimmy Kimmel, below:

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Tonight : Spoon On ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live”

Is the above headline self-explanatory enough? If not, our society is surely doomed! As we’re a mere 9 days away from the release of Spoon’s ‘Hot Thoughts’, catch the band tonight via the glories of terrestrial television as they appear alongside fellow cultural mavens Brie Larson and Kal Penn on the American Broadcasting Company’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live”.

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Spoon – “Can I Sit Next To You” Video Premiere, New US & Germany Dates



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Earlier today, 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 above.

In addition, a number of U.S. and Germny tour dates have just been added below, with tickets on sale February 24 at 10am.

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Upcoming shows (new dates in bold) :

February 27 – 100 Club, London, United Kingdom
March 6 – The Observatory, Santa Ana CA
March 14 – The Main ( SXSW Residency), Austin TX
March 15 – The Main ( SXSW Residency), Austin TX
March 16 – The Main ( SXSW Residency), Austin TX
March 23rd – Metro Theatre, Sydney, Australia
March 25th – The Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne, Australia
April 27– Soul Kitchen – Mobile, AL
April 28 – The Lyric – Oxford, MS
April 29 – Varsity Theater – Baton Rouge, LA
May 1 – Ritz Ybor – Tampa, FL
May 2 – House of Blues – Orlando, FL
May 3 – Georgia Theatre – Athens, GA
May 5 – Music Farm – Charleston ,SC
May 7 – The Ritz – Raleigh, NC
May 9 – Mill and Mine – Knoxville, TN
May 11 – Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH

June 17 – Festsaal Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
June 18 – Maifeld Derby Festival, Manheim, Germany
June 19 – Technikum, Munich, Germany

June 27 – Gorilla, Manchester, United Kingdom
June 28 – The Arts School, Glasgow, United Kingdom
June 30 – O2 Forum, London, United Kingdom
July 7 – Mad Cool Festival, Madrid, Spain
July 14 – Forecastle, Louisville, KY
July 15 – Sloss Festival, Birmingham, AL
July 28 – Panorama Festival, New York NY
July 30 – Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia MD **
August 6 – Hollywood Bowl*, Los Angeles CA
September 8 – Belly Up – Aspen, CO
September 9- Mishwaka Amphitheatre – Bellevue, CO

** – with Belle and Sebastian and Andrew Bird
* – with Belle and Sebastian

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Spoon : ‘Hot Thoughts’ Aura Reader, New Shows In Rooms Enormous + Otherwise

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Coinciding with more new shows being announced (including a February 27 show at London’s historic 100 Club and massive co-headlining appearances with Belle and Sebastian at the Hollywood Bowl and Merriweather Post Pavillion), the advance campaign for Spoon’s forthcoming ‘Hot Thoughts’ album (out March 17) takes a turn for the unexpected with the launch of the ‘Hot Thoughts’ Aura Reader app.

Perhaps you’re saying to yourself, “doesn’t this sound a bit Peter Lemonmoodring?” and you’d be right. However, we’re sure you’ll find the experience far more rewarding. When you create a Spoon Spotify playlist, the Aura Reader analyzes that playlist, then creates a individualized version of the ‘Hot Thoughts’ album cover with different colors in the artwork’s signature watercolor skull, creating a reflection of each fan’s own… (SAFE FOR WORK) Hot Thoughts.

The customized ‘Hot Thoughts’ skulls can then be used by as avatars on Twitter, Instagram, and various other social media. Because we’re ALL ABOUT SKULLS .

the Spoon Hot Thoughts Aura Reader,

Step 1: Log in to Spotify and make a playlist that describes yourself in 10 Spoon songs.

Step 2: Connect your Spotify account to the aura reader so we can analyze your playlist.

Step 3: Share your results on Facebook, Twitter or anywhere else you choose.

Upcoming shows :

February 27 – 100 Club, London, United Kingdom
March 6 – The Observatory, Santa Ana CA
March 14 – The Main ( SXSW Residency), Austin TX
March 15 – The Main ( SXSW Residency), Austin TX
March 16 – The Main ( SXSW Residency), Austin TX
March 23rd – Metro Theatre, Sydney, Australia
March 25th – The Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne, Australia
June 27 – Gorilla, Manchester, United Kingdom
June 28 – The Arts School, Glasgow, United Kingdom
June 30 – O2 Forum, London, United Kingdom
July 7 – Mad Cool Festival, Madrid, Spain
July 14 – Forecastle, Louisville, KY
July 15 – Sloss Festival, Birmingham, AL
July 28 – Panorama Festival, New York NY
July 30 – Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia MD **
August 6 – Hollywood Bowl*, Los Angeles CA

** – with Belle and Sebastian and Andrew Bird
* – with Belle and Sebastian

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