Spector unveil Dev Hynes-produced comeback single ‘Don’t Make Me Try’ – listen

The track is the first to be taken from the London band's forthcoming second LP

Spector have unveiled ‘Don’t Make Me Try’ – the first track to be taken from their as-yet-untitled forthcoming second album. Scroll down to listen.

The track was produced by Dev Hynes, aka Blood Orange, and is the London’s band’s first output since standalone single ‘Decades Of Decay’.

Spector’s debut LP ‘Enjoy It While It Lasts’ was released in August 2012.


In the interim, singer Fred MacPherson also recorded backing vocals for Mutya Keisha Siobhan’s debut single ‘Flatline’ – the first output from the original Sugababes line-up.

Release details for Spector’s second album are yet to be announced.


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