The band's first album since 2010 drops August 5 via Loma Vista.
One of indie rock's most reliable, critically acclaimed bands is back for another go. Following an uncharacteristic four-year break between full-lengths, Spoon will release a new studio album titled "They Want My Soul" on Aug. 5 via Loma Vista.
In an interview with NPR, Spoon shared snippets of four new songs -- the title track, "Knock Knock Knock," "Inside Out" and a cover of Ann-Margaret's "I Just Don't Understand." Spoon's last LP was 2010's "Transference," the final of five albums for Merge before the band left for Loma Vista.