Black vinyl instead of white vinyl.

Due to the factory not being able to deliver a high quality white vinyl we have switched to black vinyl. Advertisements

OOH AAH AAH is out!

OOH AAH AAH is finally out. ###### DIGITAL ###### Spotify: iTunes: ###### PHYSICAL ###### CD: WHITE VINYL:… WORLDWIDE: Thank you for the great turn up at our album release showcase. Our main goal on this record was to step away from the heavy shoegaze and highlight our poppy side with […]

New single: Only You!

This is our new single Only You! It’s the most personal song on our album OOH AAH AAH. Our DIY video was edited by Marc Hutsebaut and filmed by Claude Bogaert. Only You was mixed by Michael Badger Mixing & Audio Production – Jaya Jaya Music, recorded at Deaftone Studio by Jannes Van Rossom and […]

Vinyl has arrived + updated webstore.

Posted by spectorsmusic on March 7, 2018 in NEWS

The limited edition white vinyl for our sophomore album OOH AAH AAH has finally arrived. It looks awesome! Only 300 copies have been made. We have made it possible for people all over the world to order our new album online. Please note that vinyl shipping costs outside the EU are very expensive. A lot of new […]

The Sheila Divine invite The Spectors as support on Belgian tour.

We are supporting The Sheila Divine on their four-date Belgian tour!

Pre-order our album here:

You can now place a pre-order for our album ‘OOH AAH AAH’ (out on March 30). We have CD’s and a limited edition white vinyl (300 copies).

First single out on January 26!

Hey everyone! It’s all mixed and mastered. First single ‘Borderline’ off our second album is coming out on January 26! Recorded at Hightime Studio (Belgium) by Thomas Valkiers and mixed at Jaya Jaya Music in Melbourne by Australian Michael Badger of The Demon Parade, best known for his work with King Gizzard & the Lizard […]

We’re back!

We’ve been working on a new album the past year and we have some try-outs to announce. Album is due March 2018!

Sharknado out today!

You’re gonna need a bigger board. Surf meets shark eats schlock horror in this epically thrilling instrumental slice of sixties been theremin done thatoman!