Spoon reveal two new videos in one day from new album 'They Want My Soul'

Check out 'Do You' and 'Inside Out' now

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Spoon have revealed two new videos from their forthcoming album 'They Want My Soul', one for the track 'Do You' and another for 'Inside Out.' Scroll down to watch both videos now.

Both songs appear on the Austin, Texas rockers' eighth album, which is released on August 4. It is the follow-up to 2010's 'Transference'.

Directed by the acclaimed Hiro Murai, whose past credits include videos for Queens Of The Stone Age, Earl Sweatshirt and The Shins, the 'Do You' video sees Spoon frontman Britt Daniel driving through a Los Angeles engulfed by flames, with an unexpected twist arriving toward the end of the video.

The visuals accompanying 'Inside Out' are based on the work of photographer Todd Baxter, who created the artwork for 'They Want My Soul.'

Speaking to NME, Britt Daniel recently revealed that both AC/DC and Dr Dre have influenced the album, which was recorded in Florida and Los Angeles.

'They Want My Soul' tracklisting:

'Rent I Pay'
'Inside Out'
'Rainy Taxi'
'Do You'
'Knock Knock Knock'
'Outlier'
'They Want My Soul'
'I Just Don't Understand'
'Let Me Be Mine'
'New York Kiss'





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