ERASURE (Andy Bell and Vince Clarke) release a brand new track today, ‘Still It’s Not Over’, taken from their forthcoming studio album, World Be Gone – out on 19 May 2017. Listen to the track right HERE.
‘Still It’s Not Over’ illustrates the album’s reflective mood and shows Erasure’s spirit of resistance is undiminished with lyrics that serve as a potent reminder of the band’s place in the gay rights movement.
World Be Gone sees the award-winning songwriters giving the world and recent political upheavals a thoughtful examination and, as highlighted on the painted artwork showing a ship’s masthead rising up from being submerged in the stormy waters, looking forward to the future.
World Be Gone will be available on CD, ltd edition orange vinyl, regular vinyl & cassette and is available to pre-order now.
Following the album’s release, ‘Love You To The Sky’ Maxi CD and Digital EP will be out on 2 June. The EP includes mixes by Ladytron, Matt Pop, Loframes, Adam Turner and the band’s own Vince Clarke as well as a previously unreleased b-side, ‘Nothing I Could Say’. ‘Love You To The Sky’ maxi CD.
The enduring BRIT and Ivor Novello winning pop duo have released a staggering number of albums, including 5 UK Number 1’s and 17 top 10 singles (35 singles charted in the UK Top 40) and their recent best of, Always, saw Erasure entering the Top 10 album charts once again.
Erasure are delighted to have been invited as special guests on Robbie Williams’ 2017 stadium tour taking place in the summer. Ahead of those dates, Erasure perform three sold out headline shows: 27 May in Glasgow, 28 May in Manchester and 29 May at London’s historic Roundhouse. Full details below.
ERASURE HEADLINE TOUR DATES – SOLD OUT
27 May – Glasgow, 02 Academy
28 May – Manchester, Albert Hall
29 May – London, Roundhouse
ERASURE TOUR DATES WITH ROBBIE WILLIAMS – 2017
2 June – UK Manchester, Ethiad Stadium
6 June – UK Southampton, St Mary’s Stadium
9 June – UK Edinburgh, Murrayfield Stadium
13 June – UK Coventry, Ricoh Stadium
17 June – IRE Dublin, Aviva Stadium
21 June – UK Cardiff, Ethiad Stadium
23 June – UK London, Stadium (Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park)