Listen to Spector's "Reeperbahn"

With the release of their second album Moth Boys looming, indie rockers Spector ramp up the excitement by dropping unreleased 2013 cut Reeperbahn, a breakneck dash of slick guitar-pop. The accompanying clip sees Spector tearing around Hamburg's red-light district - the track's namesake - in pursuit of AWOL member Thomas Shickle, soundtracked by the self-deprecating glitz of the band's first album. Fred Macpherson's lyrics retain his trademark glib wit and fondness of a massive hook, but several lines portend the shift in tone towards the postmodern grapplings of their forthcoming record; "I don't care if dreams come true/Or if this decade matters as much to us/As yours did to you." Reeperbahn won't be on the album, but can be obtained as a bonus for ordering the deluxe vinyl.

Listen to Reeperbahn below, and keep your eyes out for our review of Moth Boys, which is released August 21st on Fiction Records.