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Spector are going to release a new compilation featuring material from their last few EPs

It will be released physically on 29th April.
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Published: 10:06 pm, February 20, 2020
Spector are going to release a new compilation featuring material from their last few EPs

Spector are going to release a new compilation.

'Non Fiction' will feature material from the three EPs they released between 2017 and 2019, including the tracks 'Half Life', 'Untitled In D', 'Fine Not Fine' and more, alongside forthcoming single 'When Did We Get So Normal?'.

The record - available to pre-order now - will be released physically on 29th April, and features artwork from Matt de Jong. The tracklising reads:

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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