Spector to play debut album in full this July

The band were already set to play their latest, ‘Moth Boys’, at a pair of shows this July.
Spector have realised that people want to see them play albums in full, so they’ve announced some more shows.

The band were already set to play their latest, ‘Moth Boys’, in full at a pair of sold out dates in Manchester and London this July.

Luckily, they left a day between the two shows, because in obviously completely unexpected news, they’ve now announced a second pair of shows, where they’ll play debut ‘Enjoy It While It Lasts’ front to back.

The dates now read:


26 Manchester Deaf Institute (Enjoy It While It Lasts)

27 Manchester Deaf Institute (Moth Boys)

28 London Moth Club (Enjoy It While It Lasts)

29 London Moth Club (Moth Boys)

The news comes alongside the final video from the band’s 360 session, filmed at Youtube Space For London. Watch Spector bash through ‘Chevy Thunder’ and wizz around the place below.

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