Living In The Eighties News.

TONY HADLEY, former Spandau Ballet frontman, has announced that his forthcoming album of swing songs will be called Passing Strangers and is tentatively scheduled for release in Spring 2006.

A-HA have announced that their forthcoming studio album will be titled Analogues.

SIOBHAN FAHEY will release a new single "Bad Blood" on her own SF label at the beginning of October. A solo album from the former BANANARAMA and SHAKESPEAR'S SISTER singer is due in January.

ABC are scheduled to release a three disc boxset Look Of Love - The Very Best of ABC on September 26th, although it looks likely that the release might slip a couple of weeks into October. The release features the band's singles across two CD's alongside an impressive array of remixes, alternative versions and bonus tracks, plus a DVD featuring all the band's videos.

EURYTHMICS mainman DAVE STEWART has signed a new publishing deal which will cover forthcoming new music from Eurythmics. Stewart is currently working with ANNIE LENNOX on new Eurythmics material for possible release towards the end of this year.

FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD have continued to add dates to their forthcoming UK tour in November. The recently reformed band, with Ryan Malloy stepping into the footsteps of original frontman HOLLY JOHNSON who chose not to take part in the reunion, will now play twenty five shows across the UK.

Former THOMPSON TWINS frontman TOM BAILEY has released a second album as International Observer. The dub orientated album All Played Out is initially released on the New Zealand label Round Trip To Mars but is expected to get international releases in the near future.

All material courtesy of: remembertheeighties.com