Together We're Heavy

The follow up to 2002's The Beginning Stages
just might be the most anticipated
sophomore release of all time from a 40+ person
band. Since the release of their debut, which was
actually intended to be a demo only, The
Polyphonic Spree has been on a roll. Their live
performances have become the stuff of legend all
across the world for their intensity and semi-
frightening cult-like atmosphere. Perfect placement
of their song "Light & Day (Reach For The Sun)" in
an iPod/VW ad last year sealed the deal for these
guys as the next band that everyone's at least heard
of. The appropriately titled Together We're Heavy,
has been generating interest and excitement for
months now. Recorded in a real studio with a great
deal more time and money invested that their
previous offering, Together We're Heavy is
the album that main man Tim Delaughter
has imagined from the very beginning. Expect the
same horn, string, and chorus-laden happy,
uplifting songs that made their debut a hit.

The Polyphonic Spree
Hollywood Records

Together We're Heavy