Spector have dropped a new single about the fear of missing out on your own life, check out ‘Half Life’

They've an EP due later this year.

Following their tiny Dork gig the other week, Spector have dropped their new single ‘Half Life’.

Along with recent comeback track ‘I Won’t Wait’, it’s a cut from an upcoming EP due this autumn through their own Moth Noise imprint.

Speaking about ‘Half Life’, frontman Fred Macpherson says: “Half Life is about the fear of missing out on your own life. The worry that you’re losing touch with people, places, culture, no longer recognising yourself in the mirror, the constant tick of the clock in the background. It’s about wondering how much time you have left. But we wanted the music to be upbeat and celebratory.

“There’s nothing better than a group of people just losing it, all singing along to something a bit miserable. That’s the life blood of the indie disco, handed down from generation to generation… Dancing with tears in your eyes.”

The band are also heading out on tour this October, with tickets on sale now.

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