The Polyphonic Spree has just announced they'll be recording Wednesday’s show at Webster Hall in New York City for an upcoming live album and DVD release.
"NYC was our first home away from home in the States," said frontman Tim DeLaughter in a statement. "We went from very small crowds in Texas to the U.K. for the Meltdown Festival curated by David Bowie in 2002, then straight to New York to play eight shows in seven days on our 'layover' back to Dallas. New York embraced us from the get go. We toured so much overseas initially, and coming 'back to the States and feeling at home' meant Brooklyn and Manhattan."
In addition to the upcoming live release, The Spree is planning to release a Christmas album in the fall. The band has also said that they expect to release their fourth studio album sometime in 2013.
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