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Tears For Fears Share Video For New Song ‘I Love You But I’m Lost’

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Tears For Fears have unveiled the cinematic new video for their new studio track ‘I Love You But I’m Lost’.

The video was shot at Dirty Laundry in LA, and is taken from the pop institution’s first ever greatest hits retrospective, Rule The World, which is now available. This is the band’s first new track in 13 years. Their last original music was 2004’s Everybody Loves A Happy Ending. In 2014, they released an EP of covers, which saw them take on songs originally recorded by Arcade Fire, Animal Collective and more.

Speaking of the track, Roland Orzabal said: “This song is about the haziness, the blurred lines within a relationship, the sense of having someone and losing someone in the same instant; like putting your arms around that person only for them to instantly disappear into vapours, the idea or ideal of someone who is impossible to pin down or own.”

According to reports in the NME, Tears For Fears are currently working on a new album and wrote a song with members of Bastille for it. They also recently covered Radiohead’s ‘Creep’ live.

Curt Smith recently described how his children think he’s “hip” now because his music influenced The 1975.

“I actually met The 1975 at Coachella last year because they were big fans of ours and I love them, and my eldest daughter is the hugest 1975 fan,” he told the NME.

After huge shows at Royal Albert Hall and supporting The Killers at London’s Hyde Park as part of last summer’s British Summer Time Festival, Tears For Fears play an extensive UK and Ireland tour straddling April and May 2018. They will be supported by Alison Moyet.

Tears For Fears play the following UK and Ireland dates:

Friday 27 April: Leeds, First Direct Arena
Saturday 28 April: Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
Monday 30 April: Glasgow, SEC Armadillo
Wednesday 2 May: Dublin, 3Arena
Friday 4 May: Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
Saturday 5 May: Birmingham, Arena Birmingham
Monday 7 May: Glasgow, SEC Armadillo
Tuesday 8 May: Liverpool, Echo Arena
Thursday 10 May: London, The 02
Friday 11 May: Bournemouth, Bournemouth International Centre
Saturday 12 May: Brighton, Brighton Centre

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