Spector unveil cover of John Lennon's 'Jealous Guy' - listen

The track features on the soundtrack for Channel 4's 'Made In Chelsea'

Spector unveil cover of John Lennon's 'Jealous Guy' - listen

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Spector have unveiled their cover of John Lennon's 'Jealous Guy'.

Click below to listen to their version of Lennon's 1971 song, which originally appeared on the 'Imagine' album. Roxy Music famously released their take on the song in 1981, following the death of the former Beatles member.

Spector's version features on the recently released soundtrack for Channel 4's Made In Chelsea alongside tracks by Haim, Deap Vally, Chvrches and Two Door Cinema Club.



Spector spent the autumn on a 20 date tour of the UK and also released the song 'Decade Of Decay', their first track 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.



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