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It’s been two years since the release of Spector’s debut album Enjoy It While It Lasts, and the London four-piece is ready to start showing off some new material. First up is “Don’t Make Me Try,” a bittersweet slice of pop-rock taken off their second album due out next year.

The track was produced by Dev Hynes, and his influence is apparent in the song’s big drums, sultry rhythm guitar, and out-front vocals. There’s also a signature Dev-style heartache to the song, somewhere between resignation and retaliation—frontman Fred Macpherson pleads with the unnamed subject “don’t make me cry/not in front of them.” No word yet on when we can expect the second album, but this is a very nice start.

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