SPECTOR Share New Single ‘Simplicity’
The newest Spector track certainly lives up to its name, proving that simple and laid-back indie music is all you need to feel good.
Spector have teased us with yet another glimpse at their forthcoming EP, following the earlier release of I Won’t Wait and Half Life. Shedding light upon introspective thoughts and tender melodies, it’s a heartfelt cut that doesn’t aim to be overambitious, but sometimes simplicity is the key to writing a hooking indie track. A lush soundscape sets you right at ease, and as the track swells, you’ll feel a warmth growing internally as well.
Explaining more about the track, frontman Fred Macpherson says:
‘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 catch the band at one of the following live dates.
28 – Hull, Polar Bear
30 – Cardiff, 10 Feet Tall
31 – Manchester, Club Academy
01 – Liverpool, Phase One
02 – Nottingham, The Bodega
04 – Leicester, The Cookie
05 – Sheffield, Picture House Social
06 – York, The Fulford Arms
07 – Birmingham, Castle & Falcon
08 – Coventry, The Empire
09 – Lincoln, TBA
11 – Cambridge, The Portland Arms
12 – Oxford, The Bullingdon
13 – London, Oval Space