London-based indie rock band Spector have released their new single "Simplicity".
The song is taken from a forthcoming EP which is set to release soon via their own Moth Noise imprint.
Vocalist Fred Macpherson says of the new single, "'Simplicity' is about getting the opportunity to leave it all behind: To walk away from the things that make you unhappy, to care less, make better decisions, treat yourself and others more sensitively, to not engage in petty hierarchies, not look at your life in terms of achievements (or lack of them), to spend more time with your family and people you actually like, be less selfish, less bitter, to give something back. It’s about recognising the opportunity to do all those things and not taking it."
San Francisco indie dance/nu disco duo Manics have unleashed their new single "Make Out Room".
The song is out tomorrow (October 17), and "pays homage to the San Francisco’s Mission District dive club of the same name. Reminiscent of Holy Ghost!, The Rapture and LCD Soundsystem, the track is a disco dance-punk cut that captures the energy and dysfunction of the scenes inside small clubs around the world. 'Make Out Room' is filled with stiff drinks, destructive lovers, bad drugs and too many characters acting out."