Spoon Launch Extensive Reissue Campaign

The 'Slay on Cue' series will finds the band re-releasing 'Telephono' to 'Transference'
Spoon Launch Extensive Reissue Campaign
Spoon have decided its time to take a look back, giving fans a lengthy reissue campaign. The project is going under the title Slay on Cue, and it will find the indie-rock vets bringing their catalog back on vinyl and CD via Matador throughout 2020.

The reissue series will kick off with Spoon's 1996 debut Telephono and the same year's Soft Effects EP, both of which will arrive on July 24.

Those will be followed by reissues of A Series of Sneaks (1998), Girls Can Tell (2001), Kill the Moonlight (2002) and Transference (2010).

"Some of these albums haven't been available on vinyl or CD in years, and in some places they never actually came out," said Spoon frontman Britt Daniel in a statement.

While the reissues will stick to the original tracklists, today we've got a restored and remastered video for Kill the Moonlight favourite "Small Stakes," which you can check out below.

You can now pre-order the Slay on Cue reissue series.

Spoon last gave us their best-of Everything Hits at Once: The Best of Spoon in 2019, while their last proper studio album was 2017's Hot Thoughts.