Listening Post

Spectres turn themselves into a muddy, crusty, live art project in ‘Dissolve’ video

...Then lots of people take their clothes off in the Bristol band's latest creation

Spectres regularly seem to come at things from an original angle.

Back in March they released ‘Dead’. A re-release of sorts of their debut album. Except they’d asked their mates in other bands (Hookworms, Mogwai, Factory Floor) to reimagine, or in their words, “kill”, their songs.

Their latest track ‘Dissolve’ is seven and a half minutes of creaking feedback, whirring noise and doomy drums. The first track to be released from their new album, out in March on Sonic Cathedral, now has an unsettling new video.

It’s a creepy piece of work where the band turn themselves into an art installation, before everyone gets a bit aggressive and takes their clothes off…

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