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Spectra and The Anchoress share a politically powerful new single, ‘Human Reciprocator’

Spectra and The Anchoress have teamed up for a new collaborative song and video, ‘Human Reciprocator’ – check it out first on NME below.

Described as a “politician”, the track was inspired by the West German Krautrock movement in the 1970s, as well as David Bowie’s 1977 album ‘vocal expression’ ‘Low’.

‘Human Reciprocator’ serves as the first preview of the Band Spectra (aka Robert Manning) debut studio album, details of which are yet to be announced. It comes with an official video directed by Callum Henderson.

The Anchoress (also known as Catherine Anne Davies) was Manning’s single, with the pair gazing at “dissatisfaction, dissatisfaction and anger at the current UK political landscape”.

Davies explained: “The Human Reciprocator was deeply moved by an overdose of the toxic news cycle, mimicking privilege and abuse of power in politics, treachery, inspection and the slow decline in poverty – stricken Britain. cost-of-living crisis as a political elite has been flowing and lying for ten years in power.

“Growing up with periods of my childhood dependent on cheap school meals, I am even more appalled by the growing reliance on food banks as regulators increasingly ignore class realities. Human Fellow It is a reflection of the current state of things “.

Manning said, “Band Spectra began as a therapeutic endeavor following a recommendation from a neuropsychologist that I use music to help me combat the deteriorating health of multiple sclerosis.

“Recognizing the lack of visibility and significant barriers faced by musicians with disabilities within the music industry and with the help of Arts Council funding, I made an album of long-range collaborations during a difficult period of lockout. raising awareness of disability and diversity. “

He continued: “’Human Reciprocator’, the first song written for the album, began as a primitive idea: motorik beat 909; Moog’s driving bassline and cacophonous experimental guitar Leo Abraham saw the beginning of a trial of what (18 months later) translated into the perfect hostile base for Catherine ‘s powerful and true political lyrics. “

The Anchoress released their second acclaimed album “The Art Of Losing” in March 2021. In a four-star review, NME said the project was “painful and familiar on the spot: engaging in unpredictable chaos, swirling pain with precision searing. ” which is difficult to leave. “

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