Spoon, a staple of the indie-rock set for over 25 years, will stop in Colombia this spring, touring behind his upcoming album “Lucifer on the Sofa.”
The Austin, Texas band, led by vocalist Britt Daniel and drummer Jim Eno, will perform The Blue Note on April 25, according to a press release. Singer-songwriter Margaret Glaspy should share the poster.
Spoon first crossed many radars with his debut album “Telefono” in 1996 and has since set a standard for raw, edgy rock ‘n’ roll. Albums like 2005’s “Gimme Fiction” and 2007’s “Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga” firmly planted the band in the modern indie-rock pantheon.
The band’s sound has evolved by degrees, especially over the past decade, creating more space in their songs and often filling that space with synthesizers.
“Lucifer on the Sofa” arrives Feb. 11 via Matador Records and “is the first set of songs the quintet has put to tape in their hometown of Austin in over a decade and bottles the physical thrill of a group tearing up a packed group room,” according to the statement.
Early singles such as “The Hardest Cut” and “Wild” confirm the band’s trademark consistency, while revealing exciting new wrinkles to Spoon’s sound.
Tickets go on sale Friday, January 21; they are $35 to $40. Look for more information on https://thebluenote.com/.