H&H // SPECTOR ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM ‘MOTH BOYS’ AND UK TOUR

Originally published on Hooting & Howling

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Spector have today announced the follow up to 2012’s debut album, ‘Enjoy It While It Lasts’, entitled ‘Moth Boys’ due for release in August this year.

Following three singles ‘All The Sad Young Men’, ‘Kyoto Garden’ and ‘Bad Boyfriend’ showing a matured and refined aspect to the London four piece’s sound over the 3 year break, plus a handful of recent live dates previewing hypnotic new material, ‘Moth Boys’ – produced by Dev Hynes (Blood Orange), Duncan Mills and Adam Jaffrey – is set to be one of the most anticipated releases of the summer.

Alongside the announcement, the band have released dates for a UK tour spanning the breadth of October, with dates below:

OCTOBER

Tue 13th – BRISTOL, Thekla

Wed 14th – BIRMINGHAM, Library

Thurs 15th – NOTTINGHAM, Rescue Rooms

Sat 17th – MANCHESTER, Gorilla

Sun 18th – NEWCASTLE, Cluny

Tue 20th – EDINBURGH, Electric Circus

Wed 21st – GLASGOW, King Tut’s

Thu 22nd – LIVERPOOL, Academy 2

Sat 24th – SHEFFIELD, Leadmill

Sun 25th – LEEDS, Brudenell Social Club

Tue 27th – BRIGHTON, Patterns

Wed 28th – OXFORD, O2 Academy 2

Thu 29th – LONDON, Heaven

‘Moth Boys’ is out on 21st August via Fiction Records and tickets for the tour go onsale Friday at 9am.

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