The Polyphonic Spree gearing up for brand new video, “Hold Yourself Up,” — for now revisit the dark, thought-provoking “You Don’t Know Me”


Last year, beloved Dallas, TX-based choral-pop group, The Polyphonic Spree released an incredible new record called Yes, It’s True via rising indie label, Kirtland Records. This year we’re jumping on board their promotion team to help with the band’s upcoming, highly anticipated music video for their single, “Hold Yourself Up.”

We’re also happy to bring you the initial video that hit after the record’s release, the Albert Moya-directed “You Don’t Know Me,” which happens to be one of the best songs the band has ever put out — and with their substantial, thoroughly enjoyable discography dating all the way back to the year 2000, that’s seriously saying something.

Check it out below and be on the lookout for “Hold Yourself Up;” it should be landing towards the end of next week.