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Surprise! Spector are playing Dork's Etc. Festival this Wednesday

Our free festival's third leg takes place later this week, and we've invited some special guests to headline.
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Published: 10:00 am, July 22, 2019
Surprise! Spector are playing Dork's Etc. Festival this Wednesday

We love a good surprise, Dear Reader, so what better way to kick off a new week of Exciting Music Stuff than with a real doozie. Yep, indie heroes and all round good eggs Spector are headlining this week's instalment of our free summer music festival, Etc.

You worked that out, right? International Men of Misery? C'mon.

The band will hit London's Old Blue Last this Wednesday, 24th July, where they'll stop a bill that includes two of our absolute fave new acts, Vistas and On Video. It's gonna be more than a little bit special.

If you want a chance of getting in, you can grab a free ticket at Dice now. We'd recommend you get there early, too.

We'll be bringing you all the snaps and updates from the show later this week, before Etc. 2019 finishes up on Wednesday 31st July with the mighty Queen Zee.

And if you want a quick Spector catch up, you can check out their latest banger 'I Won't Wait' below.

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