In case you missed it on March 3 , Brooklyn-based rock band The Hold Steady were special musical guests on NBC’s Late Night With Seth Meyers. The band performed “Spinners,” the first single from their upcoming new studio album Teeth Dreams, to be released on March 25.
When asked what “Spinners” was about, vocalist Craig Finn mysteriously answered: “I think there is something beautiful and hopeful about watching someone all dressed up riding the train into the city.”
Teeth Dreams is the New York band’s sixth album and first on its own Positive Jams imprint via new label Washington Square. The album was produced by Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Alice in Chains, Rush, Evanescence) at Rock Falcon Studios in Franklin, TN.
The Hold Steady is: Bobby Drake (Drums), Craig Finn (Vocals), Tad Kubler (Guitar, vocals), Galen Polivka (Bass) and Steve Selvidge (Guitar, vocals).