Wednesday 4 February 2015

Spector | All The Sad Young Men

Readily following up December's Dev Hynes-produced Don't Make Me Try, Spector return with their first official single 'All The Sad Young Men' from their highly anticipated forthcoming new album. Channelling industrial airy synths with an aspirant backdrop of 80's style electronics comes a gorgeous offering from the band as they look to build on their debut LP released back in 2012. With Fred Macpherson's vocal delivery second to none and infectious lyrical choice sending them light-years ahead of themselves, All The Sad Young Men aches with a divine sincerity - a track that's impossible to only play through once. "Having worked on this album for over a year, I’m so glad that people are finally getting to hear it,’ exclaims Macpherson. 'All The Sad Young Men’ is one of the tracks that took us the longest to get right because of how much it meant to us. I’m pretty sure it’s the best song we’ve written, and its honesty plays a big part in that". And he's not wrong there. Take a listen above. London fans can catch the band play an intimate show at The Lexington on Thursday March 12th. Tickets go on sale 9am Friday 6th Feb  Sign up for the pre-sale at

Spector Are: Fred Macpherson (vocals), Jed Cullen (guitar), Danny Blandy (keyboards), Tom Shickle (bass).


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