Spectra Starts A New Chapter With Her Raw and Emotive Rock Anthem 'Home'

Midwest pop artist Spectra returns with a powerful new single, 'Home', showcasing a raw, emotionally charged sound that signals a bold evolution in her musical style. This rock-infused anthem, a departure from her pop-infused release, 'Worldwide', the new single is a testament to Spectra's growth and experimentation as an artist.

"'Home' comes from a deep place in life," Spectra reveals. "I actually wrote this song about 12 years ago. It's time to bring it to the world." A deeply personal track, it dives headfirst into themes of self-discovery and finding one's place in the world, set against a backdrop of cinematic forest elements and a profound sense of gratitude.

Described as 'Spectra 2.0', 'Home' showcases a brilliant sonic shift marked by Green Day-esque distorted guitars balanced with classic Spectra elements like piano and strings. Produced in collaboration with Chris Errera, the track features contributions from RCX on guitars and bass, Armando Cisneros on drums, and Tyler Ford on mixing.

Much like Spectra herself, 'Home' is truly innovative release, blending raw emotions and personal touches with steady rock vibes, vibrant pop elements, and of course, some gorgeous, inventive flourishes.

Fans can catch Spectra's live debut of 'Home' at the Homegrown Music Festival in Lisle on July 27th, 2024. This will mark her first festival performance, following numerous appearances at Illinois clubs and venues like Rochaus, Subterranean, Charlie's Chicago, and The Metro.

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