Spector are back with a new album, ‘Now or Whenever’

Their third full-length, it's coming in October.

Spector have announced their first album in six years, ‘Now or Whenever’.

Set for release on 1st October via the band’s own Moth Noise, it’s their third full-length following on from 2012’s ‘Enjoy It While It Lasts’, and 2015’s ‘Moth Boys’. They’ve shared new single ‘Catch You On The Way Back’, too.

Frontman Fred Macpherson says: “Catch You on the Way Back In’ is a 160bpm bon voyage: An “until next time” for when you don’t know how long the next time might be. It’s music for closing and music for opening, and strangely both the first track we started for the album and the last before we didn’t see each other in the flesh for six months. It’s more of a drinking song than a thinking song, so it will probably make most sense when we’re all allowed in the same room again.”

Check out ‘Catch You On The Way Back In’ below.

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