Leader Tim DeLaughter asks for it to be sent to NME...

Polyphonic Spree lead singer Tim DeLaughter has had his original robe stolen when the band played the Northampton Roadmenders. A visibly distraught Tim appealed for the return of the very first Polyphonic Spree robe insisting that no questions would be asked if it were returned. The robe has immense personal value to him as it was the very first one created.

“It was made by my mother-in-law,” Tim told NME.COM. “Can you please ask whoever has it to send it to NME. It’s fine if whoever took it wants a picture of it. I must get it back though – it has my mojo in it.”

Tim approached the NME prior to a signing for fans at the NME Signing Tent at T in the Park.

The Polyphonic Spree played Northampton Roadmenders on Thursday (10 July).

If you have the robe, or know of its whereabouts please contact news@nme.com, we will forward details of where to send it.