Fresh from successful performances at Reading and Leeds festivals and the positive critical reception given to their newly-released second album ‘Moth Boys’, Cockney indie-rockers Spector bring their Autumn tour to Nottingham Rescue Rooms this week.
Led by frontman Fred MacPherson, expect a drastic contrast created by the combination of electric synth-pop, melancholic soft rock and high-tempo indie-rock; something that defines both their first and second records. A venue such as Rescue Rooms should bring the best out of their recognisable, memorable style. The setlist will no doubt include their classic early hits such as ‘Chevy Thunder’ and ‘Celestine’, but keep an eye out for new songs such as ‘Stay High’ and ‘All The Sad Young Men’, which could turn into new favourites amongst their loyal fanbase in the future.
With tickets still available at relatively cheap prices, Spector come highly recommended as a ‘band to watch’, and there will be few with regrets amongst those fortunate enough to be an attendance.
If you like The Killers, you’ll like Spector!
You can catch Spector on Thursday 15th October @ Nottingham Rescue Rooms
By Archie Banks