Just last week, Spoon announced the release of their eighth full-length They Want My Soul, out Aug. 5 on Loma Vista.
Between playing Primavera Sound in Barcelona on May 31 and Governor's Ball in New York City this past weekend, Spoon have live-debuted two new songs off the forthcoming record, "Rainy Taxi" and "Knock Knock Knock," respectively. Today the band debut a third unheard song off They Want My Soul titled "Rent I Pay (R.I.P.)" at a special NPR All Songs Considered event live at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City.
Spoon's only Midwest show date besides Chicago's sold-out Lollapalooza Festival, Aug. 1 to 3, is Sunday, June 22, in Minneapolis, when they headline day two of Rock the Garden at the Walker Art Center. Tickets for this show which includes opening acts Guided By Voices, Kurt Vile and the Violators, Valerie June and Dessa are still available.
Watch Spoon debut "Rent I Pay (R.I.P.)" off the forthcoming They Want My Soul
- Spoon reveal details about new album before playing Rock the Garden in Minneapolis June 22 Spoon's Britt Daniel and Jim Eno reveal details of the band's first new album in four years. The Rock the Garden headliners' new album 'They Want My Soul' is due out Aug. 5.
- Rock the Garden 2014 Rock the Garden has come and gone, but after ten bands, thousands of people and countless smiles, we can say that the Garden has officially been rocked. Find all the coverage here, and tune in this weekend to hear our Rock the Garden broadcast.
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