Spectoral releases "FADE TO GREY", the latest tune in his unique roster of blended genre music.

Melbourne producer and singer-songwriter, Spectoral, blends modern pop with hip hop, electronica and alt R&B to create his own juicy mix. His latest track “FADE TO GREY” is another example of his talent for creating earworms.


Drawing comparisons to The Weeknd, Partynextdoor, Joji and Golden Vessel, “FADE TO GREY” is Spectoral’s most chart-friendly number to date. On it, he combines many of modern pop music’s songwriting tropes with some of the key hallmarks of electronic music.


Speaking of the new track, Spectoral says: “Fade to Grey is a desire to break out of the monotonous, greyscale, repetitive life you’re shoehorned into. Study, work, eat, sleep, rinse, repeat… and all the ultimately pointless trouble we stress over that really nobody remembers in the end. The things I remember most viscerally, the things I look forward to the most, are the pure moments of summer escapism, the moments that are in true colour. That’s what this song is about. Staying true to myself, getting back there, and taking you all with me.”

Listen to "FADE TO GREY" by Spectoral below: