Spector Unleash New Single
‘Bad Boyfriend’ impacts June 8th on Fiction
New Dome Show June 11
Having impressed both fans and critics alike with recent single ‘All The Sad Young Men’, Spector, return with another burst of their wonderful new sound on forthcoming single ‘Bad Boyfriend’ impacting June 8th via Fiction.
Listen to ‘Bad Boyfriend’ now
Make no mistake about it, Spector are like none other. Led by charismatic lyricist Fred MacPherson, this newly revamped line-up packs quite a punch. Their modern twist on classic pop is infused with sardonic lyrics that document the minutiae of everyday life.
‘Bad Boyfriend’ is a case in point. Who else would write: “I’m a good listener when it’s just me talking” or “you think you’re lonely now, wait till we’re alone”.
To coincide with the new single, Spector play their third London show of the year on June 11th at the Dome. Fan pre-sale starts 9am Wednesday April 15th, at Spector.co.uk. Tickets on general sale Friday 17th April from 9am priced at £12.
A string of recent small shows were nothing short of triumphant.
The London Evening Standard described their recent Lexington show a 4* review, declaring they “are a band about to seize their moment” while the 8/10 NME review declared “No longer all front, Spector’s new songs deserve to flourish”.
“Bad Boyfriend’ and ‘All the Sad Young Men’ are already live highlights alongside other impressive new songs ‘Believe’ and ‘Stay High’. A new album will be released later this summer.
Critics have waxed lyrical about their exciting new material.
“A new era for Spector” – The Quietus
“Redolent of a band with plenty of ambition” – Clash
“Spector’s great leap forward” – The London Evening Standard
Spector Are: Fred Macpherson (vocals), Jed Cullen (guitar), Danny Blandy (keyboards), Tom Shickle (bass).