Spector announce special events for Enjoy It While It Lasts’ 10th anniversary

Spector performing live in Manchester on their Now Or Whenever tour (Gary Mather for Live4ever)

Spector performing live in Manchester on their Now Or Whenever tour (Gary Mather for Live4ever)

Spector hit a career chart peak with the release of their debut album in August 2012.

Spector will put out a new edition of Enjoy It While It Lasts to mark their maiden record’s 10th anniversary.

On September 9th, a limited press of ‘curtain red’ vinyl is to be released with a CD of home demos, after which the band will play the album in full during a show at London’s Scala venue on September 13th.

“Ten years since Enjoy It While It Lasts!?,” Fred Macpherson says. “I thought it was ten minutes. We’re not big on nostalgia but if ABBA can reform as holograms then we can celebrate our first album’s first decade.”

“People have been asking for a vinyl repress for ages, so as well as making that happen (thank you Fiction Records) we thought we’d play it live in full too, plus an encore of deeper cuts and later bangers. It’s going to be emotional.”



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