Spector – Half Life

For today’s most melodic listen I present to you “Half Life” from London five-set Spector.

Taken from an upcoming EP set for release this fall, the track immediately registers with synths and percussion from a bygone era before giving way to a lyrical leaning focused on the feeling of losing touch with your own self. It’s a beautifully introspective piece, matched by equally resonant sound-sculpting, and one you’ll surely co-sign after a listen.

Stream below, grab a copy courtesy of Moth Noise, and spread that social love:

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