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Erasure Announce New Album, Share Album Trailer Video

World Be Gone Due Out May 19 via Mut

Feb 23, 2017 Erasure
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1980s electronic music icons Erasure (Vince Clarke and Andy Bell) have announced a new album, World Be Gone, and shared a brief album trailer. World Be Gone is due out May 19 via Mute. Below is the trailer, followed by the album’s tracklist and cover art, as well as the band’s tour dates.

A press release describes World Be Gone as such: “Their new album sees the award-winning songwriters in a more reflective mood, 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.”

Vince Clarke elaborates in the press release: “Obviously the current political climate lends itself to lots of ideas.” Andy Bell adds: “I think there’s an under swell of opinion, and people are slowly waking up. I’m hoping that people will take the album in a positive way, that they’ll use it as optimistic rabble-rousing music.”

I’m Not Your Man Tracklist:

1. Love You to the Sky
2. Be Careful What You Wish For!
3. World Be Gone
4. A Bitter Parting
5. Still It’s Not Over
6. Take Me Out Of Myself
7. Sweet Summer Loving
8. Oh What a World
9. Lousy Sum Of Nothing
10. Just a Little Love

Erasure Tour Dates:

Erasure Headline Tour Dates:

27 May - Glasgow, 02 Academy
28 May - Manchester Albert Hall
29 May - London Roundhouse

Erasure Dates Opening for Robbie Williams:

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)
28 June - DE Dusseldorf, Espirit Arena
1 July - FR Paris, AccorHotels Arena
4 July - NL Nijmegen, Goffertpark
8 July - BE Werchter, Festivalpark
11 July - DE Hannover, HDI Arena
14 July - IT Verona, Stadio Bentegodi
19 July - DE Frankfurt, Commerzbank Arena
22 July - DE Munich, Olympiastadion
25 July - DE Berlin, Waldbühne
29 July - SE Stockholm, Tele2 Arena
4 Aug - NO Bergen, Bergenhus Fortress
7 Aug - DK Copenhagen, Telia Parken
10 Aug - FI Tampere, Ratina Stadium
13 Aug - PL Warsaw, PGE Narodowy
16 Aug - LT Vilnius, Vingis Park
19 Aug - CZ Prague, Airport Letnany
23 Aug - HU Budapest, Groupama Arena
26 Aug - AT Vienna, Ernst Happel Stadium
29 Aug - AT Klagenfurt, Wörthersee Stadium
2 Sep - CH Zurich, Letzigrund Stadium
7 Sep - RU St Petersburg, Ledovi Dvorets Palace
10 Sep - RU Moscow, Olympiski

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