With their highly-anticipated new album landing in the coming months, Spector have now dropped the next cut to be lifted from their forthcoming full-length.
The new single 'Another Life' follows on from the previously shared lead track 'The Notion' in previewing their new LP 'Here Come The Early Nights', which is out on the 24th November.
Speaking about the new offering, vocalist Fred Macpherson said, "'Another Life' is one of the most upbeat tracks on Here Come the Early Nights, but still makes sense in the album’s sunset universe. We wrote it with our old friend Fyfe (aka Paul Dixon) who opened on Spector’s first ever tour and was in bands with Jed as a teenager, so it’s a nice full circle moment. Lyrically it’s about falling out with people you’re close to as a result of loyalty to others - a kind of daydream about what we’re doing here and what everything would be like in different contexts/circumstances/universes. I hate the word mature but we must be getting old because we left the acoustic guitar in.”
While guitarist Jed Cullen added, "Paul (Fyfe) and I would write songs in school and if we were feeling brave ask each other if they were good or bad. He was probably the first person I started to talk to about this awkward songwriting thing, Looking back a lot of those songs were probably bad, but this one is a good one."
Have a listen to 'Another Life' in the player below.