Spector – Tenner

Spector – Tenner

Lets be honest here – I think we all quite like Spector right? Although I’m also certain some of us will probably never really publically acknowledge this, even with their songs being pretty addictive. Now, set your fabricated dislike for Spector aside for the moment (or is it just you hating frontman Fred Macpherson? If so, grow up you bunch of hating grumpy tits!) and watch their brand new video.

To promote their latest album Moth Boys, the guys collaborated with Google in creating a 360° video for the unreleased track Tenner.
Shot in Google’s notorious dark-room on the 30th floor at St Giles High Street, the band get their cool on and create one of the best bass-lines we’ve heard from them so far.
And we’ll even let them get away with drinking milk from a jug (if it’s indeed milk)… Yeah, try to spot that little Easter-Egg!

The clip even features a guest appearance from Swim Deep’s James Balmont, due to regular band-member Danny out with a dog bite. Hope that’s not some sort of cruel euphemism that I’ve not been able to spot.

Nevertheless, Spector – Moth Boys is out now on Fiction and available everywhere.

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