Rush’s “The Spirit of Radio” Covered by The Polyphonic Spree

YouTube, @The Polyphonic Spree.

The Polyphonic Spree are an American rock/choral band from Dallas, Texas, and they just celebrated their 20th anniversary as a band in 2020. You may not be familiar with them, but they have classic rock roots, and recently put out an album of covers called Afflatus, featuring songs by Rush, The Rolling Stones, Wings, and more:

1. Don’t Change (INXS)
2. You Put My Love Out The Door (Daniel Johnston)
3. She’s A Rainbow (The Rolling Stones)
4. Run To Me (Bee Gees)
5. The Porpoise Song (The Monkees)
6. Could It Be Magic (Barry Manilow)
7. The Visitors (ABBA)
8. Let Em In (Wings)
9. Never My Love (The Association)
10. The Spirit Of Radio (Rush)

Check out the video for Rush’s “The Spirit of Radio” above. The video was filmed in March, 2020, which as we all know now, was the last time the world had some sense of normalcy before shutdowns began. Wild!



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