Known for its unique sound blending classic rock and psychedelic punk, Texas-based indie rock group Spoon has masterfully carved out its own niche since its formation in 1993 by vocalist Britt Daniel and drummer Jim Eno.
Often compared to artists as varied as The Pixies, Elvis Costello and Tom Petty, Spoon’s prolific catalog includes such albums as Girls Can Tell and Kill the Moonlight, whose track “The Way We Get By” appeared on the popular teen drama The O.C. Spoon's seventh full-length album, Transference, which debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 in 2010, further helped the band become a solid fixture on television programs, soundtracks, and late-night talk shows all over the globe.
In March 2017, Spoon released its ninth studio album, Hot Thoughts, which includes youthful anthems such as “I Ain’t the One,” a stripped-down, sway-from-side-to-side rock ballad that was recently featured on Showtime’s award-winning drama, Shameless.