Indie-rock band Spector are heading for the North East to make an in-store appearance at one of the region’s leading independent record stores.
The four-piece from London will put on a special intimate stripped-back performance at 1pm on Tuesday, August 25, at Reflex in Nun Street, Newcastle.
The appearance is to promote their new album Moth Boys, which comes out on Friday, August 21, on Fiction Records.
They’ll be signing copies of the album after playing their set at Reflex.
It is the follow-up to their highly-rated debut Enjoy It While It Lasts, which reached No 12 on its release in 2012.
They have already received rave reviews for the singles All The Sad Young Men and Bad Boyfriend, and the album is said to mark a huge leap forward for the band.
After the amicable departure of guitarist Chris Burman, the band have shifted roles, with Danny Blandy moving from drums to keyboards, and Jed Cullen concentrating on electronics as well as guitar.
They are still led by frontman and lyricist Fred Macpherson, and the line-up is completed by Tom Shickle on bass.
* Spector also play at The Cluny in Newcastle on Sunday, October 18. Tickets are £12.50 from 230 4474, or can be bought from Reflex at the in-store.