Thursday, 2 February 2012


BBC Sound of 2012 nominees Spector are vocalist Frederick Macpherson's (formerly of Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man. and Les Incompetents) electrifying new project. As a London-based indie pop band easily comparable to bands of a similar stature such as Pulp, the excitement surrounding the band was inevitable. Spector compromise of Macpherson (vocals), guitarist Christopher Burman, bassist Thomas Shickle, Jed Cullen playing synth and guitar and Danny Blandly on drums.

Having already released 3 singles Never Fade Away, What You Wanted and Grey Shirt and Tie on London's very own indie label Luv Luv Luv Records, Spector are set to release their debut album later in 2012. New song Chevy Thunder is the band's latest offering, a pumped up adrenaline rush of a song that hit the decks of various DJs immediately. Receiving airplay from XFM, the song is this week's number 2 in the XFM Music Response chart. Critical praise from NME magazine has boosted Spector's following in recent months, backed up with a live performance on Later...with Jools Holland back in November, playing two songs with a great reception from audience and critics alike.

With a headline UK tour including two sold out dates at the legendary 100 Club beginning in two weeks' time and a confirmed support slot for Florence and The Machine's March 2012 tour, it looks like we'll be hearing more of Spector very soon...

Keep your eyes peeled for more news on Spector, more details on the album to follow.

Tour Dates:


 8th Manchester - HMV Ritz
11th Coventry - Kasbah
14th Newcastle - The Cluny
15th Glasgow - King Tuts
16th Leeds - Cockpit  [SOLD OUT]
17th York - The Duchess
18th Manchester - Deaf Institute [SOLD OUT]
21st Oxford - Jericho Tavern [SOLD OUT]
22nd Liverpool - The Kazimier
23rd Birmingham - The Rainbow
24th Bristol - The Louisiana [SOLD OUT]
25th Brighton - The Green Door [SOLD OUT]


1st London - The 100 Club [SOLD OUT]
7th London - The 100 Club [SOLD OUT]


Band Website

Luv Luv Luv Records

Buy Never Fade Away on iTunes here
Buy What You Wanted on iTunes here
Buy What You Wanted on 7" vinyl here

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