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It’s been a while since A Flock Of Seagulls last toured the UK – 10 years, says frontman Mike Score. But now they’re back following a string of US headline shows, as well as package appearances alongside such peers as Musical Youth, The Vapours and Missing Persons, and also the greatest-hits-withstrings LP Ascension (featuring the band’s classic line-up).

Despite the album reunion, for the first date of A Flock’s much-anticipated In Flight tour, there’s perhaps surprisingly no sign of 80’s members Ali Score, Frank Maudsley or guitarist Paul Reynolds. Instead Mike’s flown over his regular touring gulls, including bassist Pando and guitarist Gord Deppe. With a CV that includes Gene Loves Jezebel and the aforementioned Missing Persons, Pando brings a dash of colour to the stage, courtesy of vibrant pink guitar and matching highlights, while Deppe makes for the perfect guitar foil, having previously fronted Canadian contenders Spoons.

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In the latest issue of Classic Pop we have a world exclusive interview with Duran Duran who reveal all about their forthcoming new studio album and the iconic show they played for NASA to mark the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. A candid Gary Numan talks to us about his 40 years as a ground-breaking icon of electronic music and Kim Wilde explains why it’s taken her 38 years to release her first live album, plus we also chat to Metronomy’s Joe Mount about his band’s ambitious new studio LP.

For our latest album-by-album feature we examine the amazing back catalogue of Blur and we also look back at the technology that drove the electro revolution with the help of members of the Human League and Landscape. 

Our classic album is Prince’s Sign O’ The Times and we also meet his collaborator Cat Glover to hear about her recollections of the project.

Our packed new album reviews section includes Charli XCX, Kim Wilde, Bon Iver, Keane, Chrissie Hynde, The Brand New Heavies and more. On the reissues front, we serve up a selection including Prefab Sprout, Goldfrapp, Janet Jackson, Jimmy Somerville, Echo & The Bunnymen and The Teardrop Explodes. In our live reviews section, we check out shows by New Order, kd lang, Stevie Wonder, Jenny Lewis and more.

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