Spector announce celebrations to mark 10th anniversary of ‘Enjoy It Whilst It Lasts’

The group have announced a special show at Scala, and a re-press of their debut album.
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Spector have announced their intention to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the release of their debut album, ‘Enjoy It Whilst It Lasts’, with a vinyl re-press and a special intimate London show.

A 10th anniversary edition re-press of the record will feature red vinyl, with gold foil stamped artwork. It will also contain a special CD release of demos titled ‘Behind The Curtain: Home Album Demos 2010-2011’.

To accompany the release, Spector have also announced a special performance at London’s Scala on 13th September, playing their debut album in full.

Speaking about the anniversary, frontman Fred Macpherson said: “Ten years since Enjoy It While It Lasts!? I thought it was ten minutes. We’re not big on nostalgia but if ABBA can reform as holograms then we can celebrate our first album’s first decade. People have been asking for a vinyl repress for ages, so as well as making that happen (thank you Fiction Records) we thought we’d play it live in full too, plus an encore of deeper cuts and later bangers. It’s going to be emotional.”

Tickets for the Scala show, as well as pre-orders for the album, will go on live on Friday (27th May) at 10am.

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