Spoon - "Rent I Pay"

On June 10 Spoon released their first new music in four years, the lead single off upcoming They Want My Soul album.  Quite the New York-inspired track list, check it out below.

"The album was recorded this past winter, mostly at Public HiFi in Austin and Tarbox in Cassadaga, NY. It was the first time we've had the chance to work with Dave Fridmann (Flaming Lips, MGMT, Creaming Jesus) and we're pretty sure that the levels indicate this to be our loudest record -- it's also Deux Deux's favorite. What else. . .Side One begins with the gnarliest Jim Eno drum sound ever recorded and Side Two ends with Rob Pope's bass amp completely breaking down to fuzz + hiss at the end of a take. The record's got beats, whispers, chants, guitars, whistles, secret codes, and horror-movie strings. It's got songs about holy rollers, back masking, real life properties of physics, love during the apocalypse and a brief reappearance of Jonathon Fisk."

Rent I Pay
Inside Out
Rainy Taxi
Do You
Knock Knock Knock
Outlier
They Want My Soul
I Just Don’t Understand
Let Me Be Mine
New York Kiss