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Track Listing:

Side A:

1. Section 44: Galloping Seas

2. Section 45: Wishful, Brave, And True

3. Section 46: Give Me Everything

4. Section 47: Got Down To The Soul

5. Section 48: Shadows On The Hillside

Side B:

6. Section 49: Hop Off The Fence

7. Section 50: Open The Shores

8. Section 51: Winds Of Summer

9. Section 52: Morning Sun, I Built The Stairs

The phoenix symbolizes a new beginning. The fire burns off the last

vestiges of the past as the bird spreads its wings and takes flight

into the future. The Polyphonic Spree harness the flames of rebirth

on their 2023 full-length offering, Salvage Enterprise. Led by

frontman, founder, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and visionary

Tim DeLaughter, the group embark on their next season. They're

reverent of their history, yet they're also ready for an even brighter


“Across all of the music I've done, lyrically there's a sense of

desperation and a moment of convincing myself I'm going to make

it through regardless of how the music dresses up,” notes Tim. “On

this one, I struggled with the amount of vulnerability I was

experiencing and was willing to share both musically and lyrically,

but ultimately decided to let it play out. Now that its done, Im

happy with the dance between the two. It's a ‘rising-from-theashes'


Salvage Enterprise beckons complete immersion. Opener “Galloping

Seas (Section 44)” affixes softly strummed acoustic guitar to an

orchestral hum as Tim urges, “Hold on through the galloping seas.”

“We're all galloping through rough waters,” he says. “I tried to

describe the process as well as I could and encourage people to

keep their heads above the storm and the waves. Ride it out. It's

going to be okay. It starts off very calm and introspective, and you

can envision where it's going.”

Flute echoes over nimbly plucked guitar during “Shadows On The

Hillside (Section 48)” as keys twinkle. A glorious harmony amplifies

the nostalgia of “Hop Off The Fence (Section 49).” It concludes with

“Morning Sun, I Built The Stairs (Section 52).” Optimism strains

through his hopeful intonation, “I learned to fly, the more that I

become a new reason, I want to try,” uplifted by boisterous horns

and cinematic strings. It crashes into an Ennio Morricone-style

crescendo bolstered even higher by operatic vocals.

“There is an arc of leaving the world behind, stripping your old self

away, and becoming new again,” he offers. “You're shedding off this

old world, and you're heading into the future. It's an epic ending.

You've made it. You're going to be alright.”

In the end, The Polyphonic Spree are the soundtrack to that light at

the end of the tunnel.

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