(Neumos) I will always adore Polyphonic Spree's The Beginning Stages Of..., it's filled with explosive, unrelenting optimism, and I can't not get goose bumps when dozens of voices sing, "Hey, it's the sun/And it makes me shine." Comparatively, the band's newest album, Yes, It's True, feels a bit... lacking. There's still a choir of voices, but they're incorporated more as an afterthought than as the star of the show. And there's still inspiring optimism—consider the song "Hold Yourself Up" for mile 25 of whatever metaphorical marathon you're currently running—but other songs, like "You Don't Know Me" and "Heart Talk," fall flat (though I do like the tuba in the latter). If you're on the fence about attending tonight's show, consider this: Recent set lists show they've also been performing their infamous cover of "Lithium." That'll surely sway your decision.