SPECTOR announce compilation EP ‘Non Fiction’, released 29th April

SPECTOR announce compilation EP 'Non Fiction', released 29th April

Spector are excited to announce Non-Fiction, a new compilation set to be released physically for the first time. Non-Fiction is a compilation of the band’s last three EP’s, released between 2017 and 2019, including the hit singles ‘Half Life’, ‘Untitled In D’, ‘Fine Not Fine’ and more, alongside forthcoming single ‘When Did We Get So Normal?’

Non Fiction is the latest release in an illustrious career for the London-based five-piece, with two critically acclaimed albums Enjoy It While It Lasts (2012) and Moth Boys (2015) under their belts, which in turn built a culture around the group and accrued a fiercely loyal fan base, making Spector one of Britain’s most-loved alternative outfits.

This compilation is not only an encapsulation of the last three years but an exciting indicator of what’s to come in 2020 and beyond, as the band constantly develop their sound and enter new sonic territories.

Non Fiction will be released physically on 29th April and features artwork from acclaimed artist Matt de Jong.


1. Untitled in D
2. Fine Not Fine
3. Local International
4. Wild Guess
5. Even When You Pass My Way
6. Love Will Do Your Head Right In
7. Tenner
8. Zone Two
9. Half Life
10. I Won’t Wait
11. Simplicity
12. When Did We Get So Normal?
13. Bryndon 2 (Vinyl Exclusive)

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