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Spector head to London's Brick Lane for their new 'Half Life' video

"The grass is always greener on the other side of the glass."
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Published: 2:29 pm, August 21, 2019
Spector head to London's Brick Lane for their new 'Half Life' video

Spector have shared a new video for their latest single, ‘Half Life’.

The second new track from the band this year, it’s taken from a forthcoming EP, due this autumn through their own Moth Noise imprint.

"Our last two videos were filmed in Shanghai and Morocco so it’s quite reassuring to know you can still make some magic just driving up and down Brick Lane a few times,” explains frontman Fred Macpherson.

“To me, it’s like David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis on an Uber pool budget. It just so happened my fellow passengers were a camera crew. Shout out Callum the director who managed to work out what the song was about quicker than we had too. The grass is always greener on the other side of the glass."

Watch ‘Half Life’ below, and catch the band on tour this October. You can also read more about what they’re up to in the September issue of Dork, out now.

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