Spoon expand world tour with pair of shows at Brooklyn Steel

Austin rockers Spoon have added a second concert at New York’s Brooklyn Steel set for Nov. 28. The additional show on the band’s massive 2017 world tour was announced earlier this week, and will take place a day prior to their previously added gig at the new Brooklyn warehouse turned concert venue on Nov. 29.

The veteran rock outfit released their ninth studio album this past March with Hot Thoughts, and have been touring across North America, Europe and the U.K. since setting off on May 1. The two recently added Brooklyn Steel shows will be their first time playing at the new venue, and will act as the band’s U.S. homecoming shows since they’ll be returning from touring overseas throughout the first three weeks of November.

Released back on St. Patrick’s Day on March 17, Hot Thoughts is only the band’s second studio LP since 2010, but has received mostly positive reviews and has since peaked at No. 17 on the Billboard 200 album sales chart in the U.S. The band have appeared at various festivals throughout the summer, with notable performances coming at New York’s Panorama and Chicago’s Lollapalooza. They also took the smaller stage on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert back in late July when they performed the album’s second single, "Can I Sit Next to You." The televised performance can be watched in the clip above. 

Tickets for the second Brooklyn Steel show on Nov. 28 will be going on sale starting Friday, Sept. 8, and can be purchased by clicking here.