After 32 years together Erasure have released ‘World be Gone’, their 17th studio album and are about to embark on their own headline sold-out tour, as well as hitting the road supporting Robbie Williams. Bandmates Andy Bell and Vince Clarke have described their current sound as closest to their self-titled 1995 album ‘Erasure’ - a departure from their recent forays into dance music and a rabble-rousing bid to reflect the current political climate.

Befitting their status as one of the UK’s most influential bands, Erasure have sold over 25 million albums worldwide and scored over two dozen UK Top 20 hits including monster anthems like 'A Little Respect', 'Oh L’Amour' and ‘Sometimes’. Their 2015 greatest hits album, ‘Always: The Very Best of Erasure’ stormed into the Top 10, and past awards include Best British Group at the Brit Awards, as well as an Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Song Collection.

Visit Website