The Human League will celebrate 40 years since the release of one of their classic albums by playing a UK-wide tour.
The British new wave band dominated the charts in the 80s, with influential album DARE which was released on October 1981.
To celebrate the milestone, the band will perform across the UK, including Glasgow, in 2021.
The Sheffield band was founded by Philip Oakey who recruited vocalists Joanne Catherall and Susan Ann Sulley, who have remained with the group to this day.
Hit singles have included Don’t You Want Me, Love Action, The Sound Of The Crowd, Open Your Hear and ’The Things That Dreams Are Made Of.
The Human League’s ‘Dare 40 Tour’ also features the Thompson Twins’ Tom Bailey and Scottish band Altered Images on the bill.
The band will play Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on December 9 2021 and tickets are available now.
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