Highlights From The Polyphonic Spree’s World Tour (So Far).
In case you haven’t been paying attention this site much over the past couple of weeks — or seen the new billboard that’s been erected on Greenville Avenue — The Polyphonic Spree’s fourth studio album, and first non-Christmas album in five years, Yes, It’s True earned its release today. Before what’s sure to be quite the extravaganza at the band’s album release show this Friday at Granada Theater, The Polyphonic Spree have been overseas, playing festivals in South Korea, Australia, France, and England. All the while, 15 of the Spree’s touring members having been sending us daily dispatches detailing their travels. In honor ofYes, It’s True's release — and in order to catch you up on what the band has been up to these past two weeks — we've put together a compilation of our favorite highlights of the band's tour up to this point. —Cory Graves
Tim DeLaughter, bandleader. At DFW International Airport.
As I sit here looking at Matt [Bricker]’s Bloody Mary. I start to think about it being Nick [Earl]’s first time to fly. We’re about to board a flight to Korea, which starts our tour and will literally take us around the world.