Divine Fits released a remix of "Would That Not Be Nice" by RJD2 today at RCRD LBL. RCRD LBL describes the remix, "Soulful and melodic with Daniel's reedy vocals front-and-center, this flip shows how strong the group's original songwriting can be as a bed for other sonic excursions."
Divine Fits' moody and hypnotic performance video for "Would That Not Be Nice" premiered today at Stereogum.com The video, directed by Brian Butler, uses dramatically lit live performance shots to illustrate the song Stereogum describes as "one of 2012′s greatest, most enduring rock songs."
Divine Fits has confirmed its first ever dates in Los Angeles, New York, Seattle and Toronto.More >
Britt Daniel (Spoon), Dan Boeckner (Wolf Parade) and Sam Brown (New Bomb Turks) have revealed a first taste of the music they have been recording together as Divine Fits. A trailer featuring a brief portion of a song from the band's as yet untitled debut album can be seen and heard at divinefits.com.More >
Britt Daniel (Spoon), Dan Boeckner (Wolf Parade) and Sam Brown (New Bomb Turks) have confirmed the existence of their new band, Divine Fits. Divine Fits' as yet untitled debut album will be released later this year by Merge Records in the U.S.More >
Spoon will be contributing a song to the forthcoming benefit compilation Luz de Vida: A Compilation to Benefit the Victims of the Tucson Tragedy, which will be released on Fort Lowell Records on October 18. The other musicians on the album either hail from Tucson or have ties to the city and include Calexico, John Vanderslice, Robyn Hitchcock, and Neko Case, among many others.More >
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Spring has sprung and it is time for a new free Merge sampler!More >
Merge will be well-represented at the SXSW Music Festival in Austin this year with eight bands and two special Our Noise events.More >
Spoon will appear on NPR’s World Cafe today! Spoon recently recorded a session and an interview with World Cafe host, David Dye, which will air on nearly 200 stations nationwide.More >
Spoon have released the video for "Written in Reverse," from their new album, Transference.More >
Spoon’s eagerly anticipated new album, Transference, is available in stores and at your favorite digital music outlet today!More >
As the January 19th release of Spoon's eagerly anticipated new album, Transference, grows near, Spoon has announced the itinerary of its 2010 North American tour.More >
The wait for Spoon's new album, Transference, will be a little shorter! Transference will now be released on January 19, 2010.More >