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Lucifer on the Sofa
Spoon - Lucifer on the Sofa cover art.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 11, 2022
Recorded
  • Late 2019 – March 10, 2020
  • September 2020 – Early 2021
Studio
  • Public Hi-Fi (Austin, Texas)
  • The Catacomb (Austin, Texas)
  • Off Track Betting (Los Angeles)
Genre
Length38:28
LabelMatador
Producer
Spoon chronology
All the Weird Kids Up Front
(2020)
Lucifer on the Sofa
(2022)
Singles from Lucifer on the Sofa
  1. „The Hardest Cut„
    Released: October 28, 2021
  2. „Wild„
    Released: December 10, 2021
  3. „My Babe„
    Released: February 8, 2022

Lucifer on the Sofa is the tenth studio album by American rock band Spoon, released on February 11, 2022, through Matador Records. Spoon began work on the album in late 2018 after the conclusion of their tour supporting Hot Thoughts (2017), their ninth studio album. Recording sessions began in late 2019 and took place in studios between Austin, Texas, and Los Angeles, California. They primarily recorded the album with Mark Rankin, with Justin Raisen and Dave Fridmann, the latter of whom co-produced the band’s previous two albums, each producing one song. Recording sessions continued until March 2020 but had to be postponed after the COVID-19 pandemic began severely impacting the United States. After completing the album in 2021, the band released the album’s lead single, „The Hardest Cut“, in October of that year.

Recording

Spoon began working on a tenth studio album in late 2018 after their tour supporting their ninth studio album, Hot Thoughts (2017), concluded.[5] Recording sessions began in late 2019 at drummer Jim Eno’s Public Hi-Fi studio in the band’s hometown of Austin, Texas. Band frontman Britt Daniel wanted to record the album in Austin in order to „do a different thing this time, and experience the vibe of a city“.[6] He chose Austin in particular because he had lived there when he was younger, and it held many memories and musical influences for the band.[6] Lucifer on the Sofa is the first Spoon album to include new members Gerardo Larios (guitar) and Ben Trokan (bass guitar).[5]

For the recording sessions, the band sought to replicate their sound as a live band, contrasting with the recording technique used for Hot Thoughts that mainly revolved around piecing song parts together; this came as a result of the band realizing they preferred the sound of the live versions of their songs over their studio recordings.[7] Daniel invited Mark Rankin to produce the album. Daniel had been enamored with Rankin’s production work with Adele and Queens of the Stone Age,[5] and enlisted Rankin to co-produce Spoon’s 2019 song „No Bullets Spent“, which was made to help promote their greatest hits album, Everything Hits at Once (2019).[8] The band also spent time recording with Justin Raisen for the song „Feels Alright“ and Dave Fridmann, who co-produced the previous two Spoon albums, They Want My Soul (2014) and Hot Thoughts, for the song „Lucifer on the Sofa“.[7] Spoon began recording parts for „Lucifer on the Sofa“ in Austin during December 2020 and sent them to Fridmann, who produced the track remotely from his Tarbox Road studio in Fredonia, New York.[9][10]

Until March 10, 2020, there had been roughly seven recording sessions for Lucifer on the Sofa. The sessions continued until the COVID-19 pandemic began severely impacting the United States in March 2020, forcing band members to shelter at their respective homes due to a nationwide lockdown.[5] „Feels Alright“ was the last song to be worked on prior to the lockdown, with tracking being done on March 10.[11] Before the lockdown, the album had been between 70- to 80-percent finished and the band had expected to finish it completely in the midyear, potentially releasing it in the fall of that year. The album’s expected completion period continued to be pushed back as the number of cases sharply rose in the country, particularly in Texas, where the band had been recording. During the lockdown period, Daniel began writing more songs at his home. Additionally, he occasionally drove out to Los Angeles to work on the album with guitarist Alex Fischel.[5] Full recording sessions resumed in September 2020.[6] By that point, a total of 30 songs had been either written or recorded for the album. The pandemic caused Lucifer on the Sofa to become Spoon’s most time-consuming album to record.[5]

Promotion and release

Spoon began teasing the announcement of new material on October 27, 2021, with short clips uploaded to their social media accounts alongside the hashtag „#LOTS“.[12] The band announced Lucifer on the Sofa the next day and simultaneously released the album’s lead single, „The Hardest Cut“. The song was accompanied by a music video that Billboard described as a „Halloween-appropriate sub-story about a knife-wielding killer preparing to off his latest victim“.[13] On October 28 and 29, the band livestreamed concerts, titled Back to the Life, that were shot in Los Angeles during the previous month.[12] The second single from Lucifer on the Sofa, „Wild“, was released as a 7-inch single on December 10, 2021. The song was backed with a remix by Dennis Bovell on the B-side.[14] „Wild“ was released as a digital single later on January 11, 2022, accompanied by a music video that paid tribute to Hollywood Western films.[15] Lucifer on the Sofa was included in the „Most Anticipated Albums of 2022“ lists of Paste,[16] Pitchfork,[17] Stereogum,[18] and Vulture.[19] „My Babe“ was released on February 8, 2022, as the final single to come before the album’s release.[20] Lucifer on the Sofa was released through Matador Records on February 11, 2022, on digital platforms and physically as a CD and 12-inch vinyl record, with certain retailers carrying different color variations of the vinyl record.[21]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
AnyDecentMusic?8.0÷10[22]
Metacritic85/100[23]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic[24]
The Austin Chronicle[25]
The A.V. ClubA–[4]
Entertainment WeeklyA−[26]
The Guardian[27]
The Independent[28]
Pitchfork7.4÷10[29]
Rolling Stone[30]
Slant[31]
Uncut8/10[32]

Lucifer on the Sofa was released to widespread critical acclaim from contemporary music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 85, based on 20 reviews, which indicates „universal acclaim“.[23] Aggregator AnyDecentMusic? gave it 8.0 out of 10, based on their assessment of the critical consensus.[22]

Michael Hann of The Guardian gave the album a perfect five-star rating, writing, „Ten albums and nearly 30 years into their career, Spoon still sound like Spoon: fresh, timeless and wholly in control of their work.“[27] Jon Dolan of Rolling Stone and Roisin O’Connor of The Independent deemed it the band’s best album to date.[30][28] In an A− review, Chuck Kerr of Entertainment Weekly called it „Spoon’s loosest, liveliest album since 2010’s unruly low-fi gem Transference, which combines that LP’s spontaneous spirit with the meticulous production and sharp melodic hooks of their most memorable work.“[26] Uncut praised the album’s „precision and immediacy“ and called Spoon „indie rock’s most consistent band.“[32] Heather Phares of AllMusic praised the album’s traditional rock leanings: „Lucifer on the Sofa has the satisfying impact, ebb, and flow of a great rock concert. It’s a move that feels genuine; no matter how much they pare it down or polish it up, rock ’n’ roll is at the heart of Spoon’s music.“[24] Annie Zaleski of The A.V. Club wrote, „Lucifer on the Sofa is one of the band’s most focused songwriting efforts yet: Every note feels deliberately placed and well-constructed, with crisp arrangements (the piano-sprinkled ballad „My Babe“), piercing hooks (the elastic „The Devil & Mr. Jones“) and sweeping dynamics (the melodramatic, glammy art-rock waltz „Satellite“).[4] Alfred Soto of Pitchfork gave the album a 7.4 out of 10, calling it a „Back to Basics Album“ and lamenting the lack of experimentation which characterized Hot Thoughts (2017).[29]

In a less favorable review, Charles Lyons-Burt of Slant Magazine wrote, „Spoon has hit something of a dead end with Lucifer on the Sofa. The album gestures toward breaking free of old habits, but it doesn’t present any new ones, musically or otherwise.“[31]

Track listing

All tracks produced by Mark Rankin and Spoon, except „Feels Alright“, produced by Justin Raisen and Spoon, and „Lucifer on the Sofa“, produced by Dave Fridmann and Spoon.[33]

Lucifer on the Sofa track listing
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1.HeldBill Callahan4:44
2.„The Hardest Cut“
3:13
3.„The Devil & Mister Jones“
  • Andrew Cashen
  • Daniel
4:36
4.„Wild“3:13
5.„My Babe“Daniel3:47
6.„Feels Alright“
  • Daniel
  • Fischel
2:56
7.„On the Radio“Daniel3:19
8.„Astral Jacket“Daniel3:46
9.„Satellite“Daniel3:45
10.„Lucifer on the Sofa“
  • Daniel
  • Fischel
5:09
Total length:38:28

Personnel

Personnel adapted from the album’s liner notes.[33]

Charts

Chart performance for Lucifer on the Sofa
Chart (2022)Peak
position
Australian Albums (ARIA)[34]41
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders)[35]70
Dutch Albums (Album Top 100)[36]41
French Physical Albums (SNEP)[37]100
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[38]30
Japanese Albums (Oricon)[39]188
Portuguese Albums (AFP)[40]39
Scottish Albums (OCC)[41]21
Spanish Albums (PROMUSICAE)[42]74
Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade)[43]47
UK Albums (OCC)[44]92
UK Independent Albums (OCC)[45]7
US Billboard 200[46]38
US Independent Albums (Billboard)[47]4
US Top Alternative Albums (Billboard)[48]4
US Top Rock Albums (Billboard)[49]4

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Artist(s)

Veröffentlichungen von Spoon die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

Lucifer On The Sofa

Spoon auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):

Spoon

Spoon in Austin (2006)
Allgemeine Informationen
HerkunftAustin, Vereinigte Staaten
Genre(s)Alternative Rock, Indie-Rock
Gründung1993
Websitewww.spoontheband.com
Aktuelle Besetzung
Britt Daniel
Jim Eno
Keyboard, Gitarre
Alex Fischel (seit 2013)
Gitarre, Keyboard
Gerardo Larios (seit 2019)
Ehemalige Mitglieder
Bass
Andy Maguire (bis 1996)
Bass
John Croslin (1996)
Bass
Scott „Clanky Adair“ (1996–1997)
Bass
Joshua Zarbo (1997–2000, 2002–2006)
Bass
Roman Keubler (2000–2002)
Gitarre
Greg Wilson (bis 1994)
Gitarre, Keyboard
Eric Harvey (2004–2017)
Bass, Gitarre, Keyboard
Rob Pope (2006–2019)

Spoon (dt. Löffel) ist eine US-amerikanische Indie-Rock-Band aus Austin.

Geschichte

Die Band wurde 1993 gegründet und bestand zunächst aus Sänger, Gitarrist und Songwriter Britt Daniel, Schlagzeuger Jim Eno, Bassistin Andy Maguire und Gitarrist Greg Wilson.[1] Der Name Spoon war inspiriert von der deutschen Krautrockband Can gewählt, die einen Song dieses Namens, der Titelsong des Films Das Messer war, auf ihrem Album Ege Bamyasi von 1972 veröffentlichten. Wilson stieg bereits 1994 wieder aus, Maguire kurz nach der Veröffentlichung des Debütalbums Telephono im Jahr 1996. Neuer Bassist war zunächst Telephono-Produzent John Croslin,[2] später Josh Zarbo,[3] seit 2007 Rob Pope. Seit 2004 ist Eric Harvey (Keyboard und Gitarre) Mitglied der Band, seit 2013 in gleicher Funktion zudem Alex Fischel, den Daniel aus seinem Nebenprojekt Divine Fits mitbrachte.[4]

Spoon unterschrieb 1998 einen Vertrag bei Elektra Records, aber der Vertrag wurde nach der Veröffentlichung des zweiten Albums A Series of Sneaks wieder aufgelöst. Als Erwiderung auf ihre Entlassung veröffentlichte Spoon die EP The Agony of Laffitte in Anspielung auf den Elektra-Verantwortlichen Ron Laffitte. Schließlich erhielten sie bei Merge Records einen Vertrag. Ihre Arbeit wird in Europa dagegen bei Matador Records vertrieben. Für die Veröffentlichung der Nachfolgealben erhielt Spoon zunehmende Aufmerksamkeit und Anerkennung. Girls Can Tell, herausgebracht 2001, verkaufte sich besser als die beiden Vorgängeralben zusammen. Kill the Moonlight aus dem darauf folgenden Jahr wurde ein ähnlicher Erfolg.

Im Mai 2005 erschien ihr Album Gimme Fiction, das ihnen den endgültigen Durchbruch brachte. In den offiziellen Albumcharts erreichten sie damit Platz 44. Ihr nächstes Album Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga kam 2007 bis in die US-Top-10 und wurde in Deutschland am 10. Juli beim Label ANTI-Records veröffentlicht. Anfang 2010 erschien das siebte Album Transference und stieg in den USA auf Platz 4 ein, 2014 der Nachfolger They Want My Soul.

Trivia

  • „Ich weiß zwar, dass wir es hier mit Popmusik zu tun haben und dass wir nicht das Rad neu erfinden, aber ich will wenigstens das Gefühl haben, dass wir etwas tun, das zumindest für uns völlig neu ist.“ (Britt Daniel)
  • Spoon trat häufig in Late-Night-Talkshows wie z. B. The Late Show with David Letterman, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Last Call with Carson Daly und der PBS-Show Austin City Limits auf.
  • 2006 lieferte Spoon die Filmmusik zu Schräger als Fiktion („Stranger than Fiction“) mit Emma Thompson und Dustin Hoffman.
  • Daniel Britt hatte einen Kurzauftritt in der Serie Veronica Mars (zweite Staffel, zwölfte Folge), bei dem er mit seinen Gesangskünsten beim Karaōke seinen Vorgänger deprimiert und aus der Bar vertreibt.
  • I Turn My Camera On (2005) war in einer kurzen Sequenz bei den Simpsons in der Folge Down by Lisa zu hören.

Diskografie

Chartplatzierungen
Erklärung der Daten
Alben[5]
Gimme Fiction
 US4428.05.2005(5 Wo.)
Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga
 US1028.07.2007(19 Wo.)
Transference
 US406.02.2010(10 Wo.)
They Want My Soul
 US423.08.2014(10 Wo.)
Hot Thoughts
 DE4024.03.2017(1 Wo.)
 AT3131.03.2017(1 Wo.)
 CH3326.03.2017(1 Wo.)
 UK7624.03.2017(1 Wo.)
 US1708.04.2017(3 Wo.)
Lucifer on the Sofa
 DE3018.02.2022(1 Wo.)
 CH4720.02.2022(1 Wo.)
 UK9224.02.2022(1 Wo.)
 US3826.02.2022(1 Wo.)

Alben

  • 1996: Telephono (Matador)
  • 1998: A Series of Sneaks (Elektra)
  • 2001: Girls Can Tell (Merge)
  • 2002: Kill the Moonlight (Merge)
  • 2005: Gimme Fiction (Merge)
  • 2007: Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga (Merge)
  • 2010: Transference (Merge)
  • 2014: They Want My Soul (Anti/Indigo)
  • 2017: Hot Thoughts (Matador)
  • 2022: Lucifer on the Sofa (Matador)

Wiederveröffentlichungen

  • 2006: Telephono / Soft Effects (Merge)
  • 2008: Girls Can Tell (Merge)
  • 2008: A Series of Sneaks (Merge)

EPs

  • 1997: Soft Effects (Matador)
  • 1998: The Agony of Laffitte (Saddle Creek)
  • 2000: Love Ways (Merge)
  • 2002: Swearing at Motorists Split (Merge)
  • 2006: Gimme Fiction (Merge)
  • 2008: Don’t You Evah (Merge)

Singles

  • 1994: Nefarious (Fluffer)
  • 1996: All the Negatives Have Been Destroyed (Matador)
  • 1996: Not Turning Off (Matador)
  • 1998: 30 Gallon Tank (Elektra)
  • 1998: Anticipation (Elektra)
  • 1999: The Agony of Laffitte
  • 2001: Anything You Want (Merge)
  • 2001: Everything Hits at Once (Merge)
  • 2001: Car Radio/Advance Cassette (Merge)
  • 2002: Text Later
  • 2002: Someone Something (Merge)
  • 2002: Kill the Moonlight (Merge)
  • 2002: Jonathon Fisk (Merge)
  • 2003: Stay Don’t Go (Merge)
  • 2003: The Way We Get By (Merge)
  • 2005: I Turn My Camera On (Merge)
  • 2005: My First Time, Vol. 3 (Merge)
  • 2005: Sister Jack (Merge)
  • 2007: Underdog (Merge)
  • 2007: You Got Yr. Cherry Bomb (Merge)
  • 2008: Don’t You Evah (Merge)
  • 2009: Got Nuffin (Merge)
  • 2010: Written in Reverse (Merge)
  • 2014: Rent I Pay
  • 2014: Do You (Anti/Indigo)
  • 2014: Inside Out
  • 2015: TV Set
  • 2017: Hot Thoughts
  • 2017: Can I Sit Next to You
  • 2017: Do I Have to Talk You Into It

Quellen

  1. The Word Has Gotten Around About Spoon
  2. The Word Has Gotten Around About Spoon
  3. Joshua Zarbo - Biography
  4. Spoon’s First Album Since 2010, ‘They Want My Soul,’ Escapes in August
  5. Chartquellen: DEATCHUKUS

Weblinks

Commons: Spoon – Sammlung von Bildern, Videos und Audiodateien

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