Having impressed fans and critics alike with previous singles ‘All The Sad Young Men’ and ‘Bad Boyfriend’, Spector return with new single ‘Stay High’ released August 21st on Fiction Records.
Taken from their eagerly anticipated second album ‘Moth Boys’, ‘Stay High,’ “is about keeping yourself distracted while everything around you goes to shit”, says Fred Macpherson. “When all that’s left of your relationship are dates booked on Groupon and your sense of adventure’s dictated by the offers on lastminute.com it’s hard not to want to dislodge yourself from reality permanently.”
Produced by the band with Dev Hynes, Duncan Mills and Adam Jaffrey, ‘Moth Boys’ marks a huge leap forward for the band. Where their Top 20 debut ‘Enjoy It While It Lasts’ was a precocious blast of stadium-inspired indie rock, their new music is something else entirely and has a depth to match.
After three sold out London shows and an explosive set at Glastonbury, Spector are touring the UK this October finishing off with a show at Heaven on October 29th.
Wed 14th BIRMINGHAM, Library
Thurs 15th NOTTINGHAM, Rescue Rooms
Sat 17th MANCHESTER, Gorilla
Sun 18th NEWCASTLE, Cluny
Tue 20th EDINBURGH, Electric Circus
Wed 21st GLASGOW, King Tut’s
Thu 22nd LIVERPOOL, O2 Academy 2
Sat 24th SHEFFIELD, Leadmill
Sun 25th LEEDS, Brudenell Social Club
Tue 27th BRIGHTON, Patterns
Wed 28th OXFORD, O2 Academy 2
Thu 29th LONDON, Heaven