August 19, 2013 16:22

Spector reveal new single 'Decade Of Decay' plus November UK tour dates

Brand new song written and produced by Dev Hynes

Spector have revealed a brand new song, titled 'Decade Of Decay', as well as details of a lengthy UK tour to take place later this year. Press 'play' above to listen to the track.

'Decade Of Decay' is the first track Spector have debuted since guitarist Christopher Burman left the band earlier this year. The track was written and recorded with Dev Hynes, who has recently worked with MKS, Solange, Sky Ferreira and Friends. 'Decade Of Decay' will be released as a split 7" alongside one additional track, whose title has yet to be announced, later this year.

The London band will also embark on a lengthy headline tour of the UK in October. Starting in Brighton on October 3, the band will play 20 dates, ending their jaunt on November 2 in Manchester. See below for a full list of dates and venues.

In the meantime, Spector will perform alongside DIIV, Savages and Villagers on the Festival Republic stage at this year's Reading and Leeds Festivals. The band, fronted by Fred Macpherson, will headline the stage on Friday (August 23) at Leeds and Sunday (August 25) at Reading. Other acts performing on the same stage across the weekend include Chvrches, British Sea Power, The Strypes, Mount Kimbie and Merchandise.

Green Day, Eminem and Biffy Clyro headline this year's Reading & Leeds Festivals. See NME.COM/festivals/reading-and-leeds, Readingfestival.com and Leedsfestival.com for more information about this summer's events.

Spector's UK tour dates are as follows:

Brighton The Haunt (October 4)
Nottingham Spankys (4)
Coventry Kasbah (5)
Guildford Boileroom (7)
Bournemouth Sixty Million Postcards (8)
York The Duchess (10)
Glasgow King Tuts (11)
Newcastle Think Tank (12)
Leicester The Musician (14)
Birmingham Hare And Hounds (15)
Tunbridge Wells Forum (17)
Margate Escape (18)
Reading Oakford Social Club (19)
Wrexham Central Station (24)
Liverpool The Shipping Forecast (25)
Hull Fruit (29)
Leeds Belgrave Music Hall (30)
Sheffield Queens Social Club (31)
Stockton Georgian Theatre (November 1)
Manchester Gorilla (2)


Click to check the availability of Spector tickets and Leeds Festivals tickets.

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