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The Polyphonic Spree released a new covers EP called ‘We Hope It Finds You Well’

The choral rock band is celebrating 20 years as a band, and they released a new song called we hope it finds you well. Polyphonic spree shared a new cover.

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We Hope It Finds you well; the Polyphonic Spree shares your new covers EP. The Choral rock band has not released anything since the last six years, and now they’ve released a new cover to celebrate 20 years of the band.

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Their last full length was in 2014, which was Psychphonic. And now, the released in 2020 celebrate 20 years of the band formation. So if you haven’t listened to it till now, you can hear it to various platforms.

What is the new cover?

On their new EP, we hope it finds you well, Tim DeLaughter and co. Put their whirl on tracks like  ABBS’s ‘The Visitors’,  The Rolling Stones’ ‘She’s A Rainbow,’ Rush’s ‘Spirit Of The Radio,’  wings’ ‘Let ‘Em In,’ The Monkees’ ‘The Porpoise Song,’ and the Association’s ‘Never My Love.’

Not just these new covers but also on Friday, Polyphonic Spree launched an official Bandcamp page with the back catalog of all their past material.

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James Bay also shared his view on voices and Coldplay and told everyone in the recent interview that he didn’t really like Oasis or Coldplay when he was a kid, but now you can see. He also said that he really wants to be like Rolling stone, Clapton, Hendrix.

He told the interview that has he grow up and got deeper and deeper into songwriting and becoming a musician his start loving Oasis or Coldplay. James said that he started falling in love with the band. He appreciated the bands and said that the songs are brilliant and timeless.

The band also covered the songs of The Beatles, The Strokes, The Ramones. After so long, they had come back with some new songs, and we still haven’t listened to the songs you can listen or buy on various platforms.

 

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