Tears For Fears Announce Intimate London Show At Shepherd’s Bush Empire

The band’s exclusive London show takes place on July 4, with the band also playing a full-scale UK tour that same month.

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Tears For Fears have announced they will play an intimate London show at Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Monday, July 4.

Curt Smith and Roland Orzabal will release their first new album as Tears For Fears in 17 years, The Tipping Point, this Friday, February 25. Tickets for what must be one of the smallest gigs the duo have played for years also go on sale on Friday at 10am. Visit the band’s official website for tickets and further information.

“When you’ve known each other as long as we have, and have worked together as long as we have, there’s a bond there that becomes familial. So, it’s different from a friendship,” Smith says of the new reunion. “And it’s different from a marriage. It’s literally like that’s your brother. It’s the kind of bond that you can’t really break. It can fall apart at times. You separate for periods, which I also think is healthy, really. But in the end, we always seem to find each other again.”

Tears For Fears - Break The Man (Official Music Video)

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Tears For Fears recently announced an extensive UK tour for July, with special guest Alison Moyet in support. They have also released videos for “No Small Thing”, the album’s title track and, most recently, “Break The Man”.

Pre-order The Tipping Point.

Tears For Fears play the following 2022 Tour Dates:

July 1: Telford QEII Arena, Telford
July 2: Longleat House, Warminster
July 4: London, Shepherd’s Bush Empire
July 5: Waddesdon Manor, Aylesbury
July 7: Newcatle Utilita Arena, Newcastle
July 8: Floors Castle Kelso, Scotland
July 9: Lytham Festival, Lytham St Annes
July 12: The Incora County Ground, Derby
July 14: Leeds, Millennium Square
July 15: Warwick Castle
July 16: Scarborough, Open Air Theatre
July 19: Chewton Glen, New Milton
July 20: The Spitfire Ground, Canterbury
July 22: The 1st Central County Ground, Hove
July 23: Cardiff Castle, Wales
Jul 24: Hatfield House
Jul 26: Powderham Castle, Exeter.

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