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DeLaughter is currently on the road, with plans to share the music spontaneously in remote outdoor settings. Track his movement on the band’s socials
|Over the past few months, groups of individuals have been cropping up unannounced in remote locations throughout West Texas, igniting massive bonfires surrounded by quadrophonic speakers, and gazing at the stars. While local residents have wondered at the mysterious groups, the individuals were in fact enjoying a communal listening experience of The Polyphonic Spree’s long awaited new album ‘Salvage Enterprise,’ which Tim DeLaughter has described as a magnum opus that needs to be experienced as a whole.
“Just like the times when I was a kid, when you’d go to the record store buy the album, call a friend go to the bedroom turn the lights off and listen to the album from start to finish,” DeLaughter explains. “We would take a journey, be in the music and be open to where it went.”
Although ‘Salvage Enterprise’ won’t be released until 2023, The Polyphonic Spree have quietly released a sneak peek today, the album’s soaring final track “Got Down To The Soul.” Closing out a sprawling concept album that deals in themes of resurrection and perseverance, “Got Down To The Soul” channels a sense of clarity, resolve, and peace. “You’re coming up from the ashes like a phoenix after everything you’ve been through,” DeLaughter explains. “This is where everything becomes clear, and there’s a certain peacefulness that comes from that. Everything finally makes sense.”
|Energized by what he describes as a new chapter in his creativity and songwriting, DeLaughter is currently on the road on his way to California, with plans to share the music spontaneously in remote outdoor settings, whenever the opportunity arises – no phones, no power lines – just fire (when allowed), music, and stars. Fans can track DeLaughter’s movement on The Polyphonic Spree’s social media channels, where pop-up locations will be announced day-of.
‘Salvage Enterprise’ will be released in 2023. In the meantime, stream the album’s first single “Got Down To The Soul” on all platforms today.