Spector have dropped a brand new single, ‘Simplicity’

They're kicking off a UK tour tonight in Brighton too.

Spector have dropped a brand new single, as they prepare to kick off a new UK tour.

‘Simplicity’ is the latest track to arrive from their forthcoming EP, following up on previous offerings ‘I Won’t Wait’ and ‘Half Life’.

Speaking about ‘Simplicity’, frontman Fred Macpherson explains: “Simplicity is about getting the opportunity to leave it all behind: To walk away from the things that make you unhappy, to care less, make better decisions, treat yourself and others more sensitively, to not engage in petty hierarchies, not look at your life in terms of achievements (or lack of them), to spend more time with your family and people you actually like, be less selfish, less bitter, to give something back. It’s about recognising the opportunity to do all those things and not taking it.”

You can check out ‘Simplicity’ below.

The new track comes as the band begin their latest live run tonight, at Brighton’s Komedia. You can check out the full details in the poster below.

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