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Spandau Ballet to release new single
The group made their name in the 1980s, becoming one of the figureheads of the New Romantic movement and notching up hits including True and Gold.
Although the five-piece group split up in 1990 following the release of Crashed Into Love, they recently announced that they are getting back together for a series of gigs.
Guitarist Gary Kemp has now confirmed that Spandau Ballet have taken their reunion a step further and gone back into the recording studio.
Their new single Once More will be issued in November, along with an album of the same name.
"We immediately played better than we did even back in the old days," Kemp commented.
Singer Tony Hadley revealed earlier this year that despite the band's acrimonious split and subsequent legal battles, they recently met up and realised that they are all still "great mates".Posted on 25 Sep 2009 11:56 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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