January 21, 2005 8:13


The Eighties superstars hit the road to promote theier comeback album 'Everybody Loves A Happy Ending'...

TEARS FOR FEARS are to tour the UK and Ireland for the first time in 20 years following the release of their 'comeback' album 'EVERYBODY LOVES A HAPPY ENDING'.

Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith first LP together since 1989's 'The Seeds Of Love' is released by Gut on March 7.

The first single taken from the new album entitled 'Closest Thing To Heaven', will be released as an exclusive UK radio mix on February 21. The single will boast five additional dance mixes, including two by Brothers In Rhythm.

The Eighties legends will play the following venues when they hit the road:

Dublin Vicar Street (April 24)
Birmingham Academy (25)
Manchester Apollo (27)
Glasgow Auditorium (28)
Newcastle City Hall (29)
Cardiff International Arena (May 1)
London Hammersmith Apollo (2)

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