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Six years after The Polyphonic Spree’s last official studio album (Christmas albums don’t count, nor do live albums covering The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Yes, It’s True brings back the sound of a band that's literally giving its fans what they paid for. For here’s what a 22-member band with $100,000 in donations from Kickstarter can do. It feels as if leader Tim DeLaughter took the time to craft some excellent pop songs that use (but never abuse) the opportunity to have grand arrangements. Granted, the group's “pop” sound is a throwback to a variety of eras: the cheerier ends of the '60s for “You Don’t Know Me,” the synthetic ‘80s on “Hold Yourself Up," and (according to a voice just before “You’re Golden”) the '70s. Yet all deserve to be radio songs in this era. If it weren’t for the horn arrangements and backing vocal choirs, a tune like “Carefully Try” could easily be delivered by a traditional quintet. “Heart Talk” pumps it up like Elvis Costello gone eclectic. “Raise Your Head” relaxes the mind and floats downstream. Or perhaps it just floats in a glorious circle. Either way, it’s a chilling experience.

Customer Reviews


Another great release from one of the most undervalued bands in America. Beautiful magical music to make anyone's day better. Incredble depth. You will hear something new each time you listen to it.

Below Expectations....

I own and love the 3 prior Polyphonic Spree releases. They sound unlike any band out there.

This release does not. This sounds like a lot of other bands out there. What made the Polyphonic Spree unique was their grand and interesting compositions played with a natural and euphoric big sound. These songs are less grand and less interesting. The unique instrumentation that gave the band a euphoric sound is gone and replaced by a sound that feels electronically cold and bland.

Can't wait.

Looking forward to this very much - a Manc living in Texas missing Brit/rock but found these local chaps - very very good!


Formed: 2000 in Dallas, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

When the Polyphonic Spree first appeared in 2000, the Dallas symphonic pop group was as much a band as a "happening," in the 1960s sense of the word. The Spree's two dozen members took the stage in flowing robes of snowy white, an appropriate backdrop for their happy and uplifting blend of pop, orchestral rock, and minimal touches of gospel. The costumes changed over the years, but the Polyphonic Spree's message remained consistent, drawing comparisons to the Flaming Lips and the Beach Boys with...
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